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System requirements

XGeo products are designed for powerful enough workstations running under Windows XP/7/8/8.1/10. 

Processor:  Intel Pentium or compatible; frequency 2GH and higher. Many tasks in XTomo-LM 3 and DPU 3 are executed concurrently by available logical processors. Thus, the more logical processors the system has, the faster the tasks are completed. To get this number, enter "msinfo32.exe" in the search field on the Start menu panel (Windows 7) or on the side panel (Windows 8) and run the utility. The number can be found on right panel of its window, in the line "Processor".

Monitor: resolution 1024x768 and higher; color depth – 24 bits and higher.

RAM: 4GB and more.

Hard disc space. Each product takes no more than 60 MB after installation. XTomo-LM 3 projects grow in disc space quite fast, especially for thick grids and large number of rays. DPU 3 projects grow moderately. At project create time all input seismograms must reside on one logical disc to be registered. XTomo-LM and DPU are not network application: data must be located on the same station on which the software runs. Files to import and export files can be located in network folders of local network.

Deinstallation. When the user installs a product update, the setup program deinstalls the current release automatically. To uninstall a product "manually", the user can apply the Start menu command Start/All Programs/<Product name>/Uninstall or invoke the Control panel/Programs and Features dialog. In Windows 10, the former method does not work: the system blocks placing the Uninstall command in the Start menu. 

When the user installs a product update, the setup program deletes the current release from the system automatically. To uninstall the product "manually", the user can apply the Start menu command Start/All programs/<product name>/Uninstall or invoke the Control Panel/Programs and Features dialog.  When a product runs under Windows 10 the former method does not work: the system blocks placing the Uninstall command in the Start menu.