Hardware Requirements

Upgrading your system?

It is recommended that you download the guide below to help you decide on an appropriate computer system for your needs. This guide outlines the key hardware specifications required to run UDesign on your System and get the best out of our software.

Computer Specification Guide

PC / Laptop Minimum Requirements

Please note that the below spec is a bare minimum. We would advise that your system beats this spec to get the most out of the software.

Pentium 4 /AMD Athlon 3Ghz Processor, or Intel Core 2 Duo 2Ghz or Better
1Gb Hard Disk free space
256Mb Nvidia or ATI 3D Graphics card (hardware support for OpenGL 1.3)
Mouse or trackpad
Screen resolution of 1024×768 24 bit colour (True Colour)
CD or DVD Rom Drive
Microsoft Windows Vista with SP1 or Windows 7 and 8/8.1
Internet Explorer 8
Latest graphics card and printer drivers installed

NB: Please note that meeting the minimum requirements listed here is the responsibility of the user. If the PC or notebook computer does not meet these requirements, it is recommended that you do not attempt to use it to run UDesign.

Please note: UDesign will NOT run natively on Apple branded computers as it is designed to run in Windows and NOT in Mac OS X. However, Intel-based Apple computers are capable of running Windows (additional costs may be involved), so if you wish to run UDesign on such computers you will need to set up a Windows environment first and install UDesign into it.

* For the best experience of UDesign, we recommend running Microsoft Windows 7 or above. Any decision to upgrade the hardware or operating system to improve your experience or meet the minimum requirements is the sole responsibility of the customer. RPS Ltd cannot be held responsible for any costs or consequences resulting from such actions. We always recommend you seek the advice of a professional IT company or consultant before making any changes to your system.

Using UDesign on a PC or laptop that does not meet the minimum requirements listed above may invalidate any maintenance/support agreements.