Intel 80486

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Intel 80486

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TurboCAD Professional requires a CPU of 486 DX II/66 or higher; memory of 16 MB minimum; hard disk space of 30 MB minimum; a VGA monitor/display card or better (256 colors or higher); CD-ROM drive/double-speed minimum; and a mouse.
Users will require a 486 DX 66 (higher recommended), a SVGA (800 x 600, 256-color) monitor (24-bit color recommended), 16 MB RAM, a 2X CD-ROM drive and a mouse or tablet.
0 -- require 486 DX 66 (higher recommended), 16 MB RAM and a 256-color SVGA (800 x 600) display (24-bit color recommended).
This program requires a 486 DX II/66 or higher, 16 MB RAM minimum, 30 MB minimum of hard disk space, a VGA monitor/display card or better with a minimum of 256 colors and a double speed CD-ROM drive.
REALHELP's minimum requirements include an Intel 486 DX processor or higher (Pentium recommended) running Windows 95 or 98, a 256-color VGA or higher monitor, 16MB of RAM, 35MB of free hard disk space, a CD-ROM drive, an Internet connection for updates, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.
REALHELP Extra Strength's minimum requirements include an Intel 486 DX processor or higher (Pentium recommended) running Windows 95, a 256-color VGA or higher monitor, 16 MB of RAM, 35 MB of free hard disk space, a CD-ROM drive, an Internet connection for updates, and Microsoft Internet Explorer 3.
Corel Print House Magic Deluxe requires a 486 DX CPU or better, Windows(R) 95 or Windows NT(R) 4.
The minimum system requirements for the 112K DynamicDuo are as follows: Win 95 or NT, 486 DX processor, one free 16 bit ISA slot, 8 MB Ram, 10MB free disk space, and two analog telephone connections.
Corel Print House Magic requires a 486 DX CPU or better, Windows(R) 95 or Windows NT(R) 4.
The suite requires 16 MB RAM, an IBM compatible PC 486 DX, Windows NT 4.
3-inch system is an IBM compatible, pen-based computer with a 486 DX, 100 MHz microprocessor.
It took a little adjustment for the Hamilton crew to program the DECO, using Tornos' proprietary TB-DECO software, which runs in Windows 95 on any 486 DX 2/66 or faster PC.