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Yes, we are planing to release Windows version in 2016/2017

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Hello,

 

Just checking up on this topic. I have been following Opusmodus since its early days of release and have been eagerly awaiting being able to purchase a windows license.

 

Yes, the program works on VMWare, but it is not as smooth as it could be with all the steps involved in getting it running each time.

 

Any response on if this is still in the works? I know the original reply was 2016/2017, has this been derailed totally or is it still happening?

 

Thanks! 

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I am afraid only macOS will do for the foreseeable future (Mac mini is sufficient to run Opusmodus).

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Hi I have resumed this post , there are news for porting on windows ???

 

thanks

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Hi, It's a Linux version that I really really really would love to see released in a short while ...

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For now only VM Ware allows Opusmodus to work on other operating systems.

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