Windows® 10 Pro or Home
Windows® 8.1 Pro
Windows® 7 Pro
32 Bit and 64 Bit operating systems are Supported.
Intel Core i5 or faster
Intel compatible 1GHz processor or faster
Memory & Storage
8 GB RAM or more (and 64-Bit operating system)
2 GB RAM
1 GB Hard drive space (plus more for plans, projects)
Minimum display resolution: 1200 x 1024
Internet connection required
Must be installed by local Windows administrator (domain Admins may be restricted by security policy)
.net 4.5 or higher required for Oasis products; .net 3.5 required for Classic products
These requirements apply to the Current Release of On Center's Classic products. For version-specific System Requirements (Classic Products), check your product's Help file. Basically, if your PC is capable of running a supported version of Windows, it should be able to run On Center's products. If you're looking for System Requirements for Oasis Takeoff or Enterprise License Manager, please see Related articles.
Classic functionality that requires Microsoft Excel or Word only works with fully-licensed, locally installed versions of Microsoft Office® Professional 2010, 2013, and 2016.
SQL Server 2008 R2, 2012, and 2014 (full or express versions), see Related Articles for more information. If you are using an older version of SQL, you must upgrade SQL before installing any OCS product updates.
The minimum system requirements support basic functionality of On Center Software programs. Actual requirements will vary, depending on your system configuration, other applications installed and running on your computer, the complexity of the electronic plans you use, and if you use the programs interactively.
Devices running MAC OSX
There are two environments in which supported products may be installed on an Apple computer running MAC OSX:
- Bootcamp - this is a separate partition from MAC OSX on which a stand-alone installation of Windows is running. This allows the user to run Windows OR MAC OSX but not both at the same time.
- Parallels (or any other virtualization product) - this allows a MAC OSX user to run a virtualized installation of Windows within the MAC OSX environment. This is not a stand-alone installation of Windows, it is sort of running Windows within a window, so to speak. Installing in any virtual environment requires the use of Enterprise License Manager licenses, stand-alone license codes cannot be used.