NO, it is not compatible. On most systems it will hang. It will install and activate, but you won't be able to get it running enough to deactivate it so you can load the software on another computer. If it hangs you can remove 3 Plug ins from the Premeire plug ins folder that seem to make it freeze. These plug ins are GPUPageCurl.AEX, GPURefract.AEX and GPURipple.AEX this should keep it from freezing on open. However there are still other problems that arise such as Audio sync problems and more.
Yes, it is.
Microsoft Office 2003 is indeed compatible with Windows Vista. Office 2003 has plugins for 64 bit operating systems. Office 2003 is compatible with Windows 7 and 8.
I used to be an XP user with Premiere 6 and Premiere pro 1.5 installed. I upgraded to vista and both of these applications work flawlessley. Since Premiere 6 is a much much earlier edition, I believe that Pro 2 will have no problems. Since my upgrade to vista, I installed CS3 which still has no problems (although I can't use the DV capture but I don't think that's a Vista problem).
What is diffrenat Windows Vista and xp pro?
M Powered and LE are compatible with version 7.4 HD is not yet supported.
I think it needs at least Vista. Check from the manual.
its compatible with mac win xp n win vista tried win 7 n it didnt wrk
Yes it is compitable
Pro Tools LE 7 will run on Windows Vista, when installed properly.
Alternatives to Final Cut Pro include Avid's Media Composer and Adobe's Premiere (See links below).
You can, but you have pay for windows 7 pro.
Not to my knowledge.
adobe premier pro 2 work on windows 7
No. though Cubase is a window's pseudo-equivalent to Logic Logic is a software created by Apple exclusively for their computers.
you can't. its not compatible with windows 7
No, although you may get it to run in "compatibility mode".
A good website where you can find ATI drivers and download them is http://www.official-drivers.com. Their software is compatible with Windows XP, XP Pro, XP Home, Windows Vista, Windows 7 and most other versions of Windows.
Downgrade rights are permanent.
Currently. Vista Home Basic, Vista Home Premium, Vista Enterprise, Vista Business, VIsta Ultimate, XP Home and XP Pro. There is a huge history of operating systems from MS, the most noteworthy being DOS, windows 3.1, windows 95 windows 98, windows NT and possibly Windows Me
Yes. XP MCE is XP Pro with an extra "Royale" theme and a few extra entertainment features.
I'm trying to find a software that will allow me to write simple invoices and keep track of my small business. I've gone through Quick Books, Peachtree Pro 2007, and had to return both. Please, someone, tell me if MS Money Small Business is compatible with Vista...and is it user friendly?
Sure Thing, Label Factory, Acoustica CD/DVD Label Maker, Label Design Studio, and Label Maker Pro are among the top ten label printing programs that are compatible with Windows Vista. Another program that is able to print labels is Microsoft Word 2007 when you are using a specific template.