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Hardware Requirement

 

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Operating System

SoftClinic software runs on Windows 7, 8 & Win 10 and Windows 2008 or later servers). It also has full support for both 32-bit and 64-bit architectures.

If you’re thinking of purchasing a new computer, then we thoroughly recommend the excellent Windows 10.

If you are planning for Virtual PC (ThinClients), then we advise keep 80% of your total computers in ThinClients and 20% as regular PC.

Server Specifications for Enterprise version

This table shows the recommended and minimum server computer specifications for running Lifeline-SoftClinic.

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM
OPERATING SYSTEM Windows Server 2012 Windows 10
PROCESSOR Intel Xeon Processor – or – Higher Intel i7 Processor – or – Higher
MEMORY 8 Gb (or more) 4 Gb
SCREEN 1280 x 1024 resolution (or higher) 1024 x 768 resolution
NETWORK 1000mbit (Gigabit) wired network 100mbit wired network
THIN CLIENT Supports ThinClients

* In case you are going to install ThinClients, then RAM and processor speed for the server would be required to be more then above recommended. Your hardware supplier will guide you more on this.

PC Specifications

This table shows the recommended and minimum computer specifications for running Lifeline-SoftClinic.

RECOMMENDED MINIMUM
OPERATING SYSTEM Windows 10 Windows 8
PROCESSOR Intel i5 (or higher) – or – Higher Intel i3 – or – Higher
MEMORY 4 Gb (or more) 2 Gb
SCREEN 1280 x 1024 resolution (or higher) 1024 x 768 resolution
NETWORK 1000mbit (Gigabit) wired network 100mbit wired network

Network Requirements

Whenever possible, we recommend a WIRED Gigabit (1000mbit) network for running Lifeline-SoftClinic over your network. The second best solution is a WIRED 100mbit network which will also perform well. Although Lifeline-SoftClinic will work over a wireless network, we strongly advise against it. Lifeline-SoftClinic requires constant network availability and a poor wireless connection will introduce stability issues. Furthermore, even the fastest wireless network will still perform much slower than a wired connection.