|Subject:||Re: Win 7 Pro / Win 10 - Which Pdox version?
|Date:||Sat, 26 Jan 2019 12:44:22 -0800
I have both 9 and 10 but I have to use 9 because 10 does not print
forms, 11 fixed that.
What are the main pitfalls of running 9 in Win 10? Would WPO X7 Pro run
with less problems than 9?
On 01/26/2019 11:36 AM, Steven Green wrote:
> same answer as Tom, unfortunately.. Win 10.. also, Win 10 will not run
> Pdox 7 or 8.. unless you have a copy of Pdox 9 or 10 on hand, buying the
> current suite, with 11, right from Corel is usually the only choice now
> Steven Green
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> "Tom Krieg" wrote in message news:email@example.com...
> I wish you luck unless you know someone who has old dusty stock of Win7.
> Win7 hasn't been available for purchase for over 2 years. Support for
> Win7 will cease (no more security patches) in January 2020. You should
> tell them to upgrade to Win10. But be sure you read Woody Leonhard's
> advice (on askwoody.com) about which version to install and how to avoid
> Microsoft's update madness. If your customer has computers that are
> connected to the Internet, and they have Win7 installed after MS support
> stops, they're asking for major trouble.
> Peter wrote on 26/01/2019 11:34 AM:
>> A customer is running entirely on Win XP Pro. I will be encouraging
>> him to upgrade this Spring. I prefer Win 7, I am a "Never-10" kind of
>> guy, but I will not influence what he wants to do so he may well elect
>> to go to Win 10.
>> The question is which version of WPO is going to give us the least
>> amount of grief?
>> Sys Requirements:
>> WPO 7 Pro: Win 8.1/7/XP
>> WPO 8 Pro: Win 10/8/7
>> WPO 9 Pro: Win 10/8/7
>> I know Pdox is the same as it was from V.11 but I am wondering if the
>> newer versions will play nicer on Win 10 (or 7).
>> Another consideration is if he decides to go with WPO 8, will it still
>> read the older version (WPO 9) tables and undelivered forms etc.?
>> Thank you.