Not really. Windows ABI is well designed and is incredibly stable. One can still run NT4-era programs without much problems now. Windows Vista mostly broke a lot of programs with embedded Internet Explorer controls. And usually not even seriously.
Besides, Windows uses "bring all your libraries with you" ideology, so it's very easy to package stuff.
To be fair, Linux kernel ABI and libc are very stable. And if you care to bring along all other libraries you can still run software from 1995 on the newest distributions. However, as we know, bundling libraries is discouraged in Linux.