|What versions of Windows can run latest version
Windows 98, NT, 2000, ME, Server 2003, Xp Home, Xp Professional, Media Center 2003 thru 2005,Vista 32bit editions, Windows 7,Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10 in 32bit. You "may" be able to run ChecksNet in 64 bit versions of Windows if you install it inside a Virtual Machine or Hyper-V environment. However, we DO NOT recommend nor do we provide ANY technical support for use on computers running ANY Windows 64 bit editions.
Easiest solution on a computer running 64bit Windows is to set up dual boot (install Windows in 32bit on a separate partition so you can boot your computer into either 64 or 32 bit operationg systems).
If you install ChecksNet in a virtual environment or on a secondary partition, you MUST install a printer driver in that environment BEFORE you install ChecksNet. Checksnet will not install & run if it does not see a Default Printer.
ChecksNet may also run on a MAC through Virtual PC Software or anything similar.
Note: When installing our Network Pro Edition on a server, access by workstations requires that you have or create a mapped drive using the letter "M" because we have pre-configured the installer this way to make it an easy one-minute installtion process for you. If you've never mapped a drive, no problem. We include info so you can do it yourself in about 30 seconds.
Latest version of ChecksNet has been thoroughly tested in Windows 10 from a disk install, in Windows 10 after upgrading from Windows 8.1 and after installing all the latest Windows 10 updates from Microsoft.
Note: Administrator Settings may require checkmark in box labeled "Run as an administrator."
Windows 8.0 and 8.1 note: You MUST go to Control Panel, select/click 16-Bit Application Support and then click the Enable button. If you forget to do this before installing ChecksNet, a pop-up will appear advising you to activate 16bit support for Windows 8.
Note: Unless your computer specifically says you have 64 bit edition, your Windows 7, 8 or 10 is 32bit.
PRINTER WARNING: Some laser printers may not run properly in Windows 7,8 or 10 because the printer manufacturer may not have created software drivers for those Windows editions. Since a properly running printer is required for ChecksNet, we suggest visiting the website of your printer manufacturer if you have ANY problems printing under Windows 7,8 or 10.
Here's what the Main Window of ChecksNet looks like in Windows 10: