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  1. After purchasing designer for win 10, the file downloads, then appends a failed note with yellow tag. File will not execute. Win 10 is 64 bit, Asus AMD dual core A-9 9410 is 64 bit. Affinity photo works well on this computer. It doesnt even get to the page to enter Key. I have only ever had one email and Im using that one spelled correctly. Please help. I have been fighting with this for a long time and read the faqs. Robin Pentney
  2. Absolutely gutted that Affinity doesn't support Windows 32 bit. There a many photo enthusiasts (as opposed to professionals) who can't easily justify (to their partners!) endless expense on gear and it is often forgotten that the computer is just another item in a fairly long list that must be funded. I run a quad Xeon that is plenty fast enough for my needs, but manufacturers keep forcing me upgrade (which I can't afford) or I must forget about the most recent software, which seems to be all 64 bit. My question: Can Affinity be compiled for 32 bit or does it use hardware/OS features that 32 bit machines/OS don't have? If the former, then please do it! If the latter, can you consider a 32 bit version? Here's hoping, because I used Serif years ago and quite like the company ethos. I ran with Photoshop for several years then swapped to Corel but to be honest I dislike them both and have been looking for a viable alternative for a long time.
  3. My pc configuration is a: Windows 7 Professional 64-bit SP1 Intel Pentium E6700 @ 3.20GHz Wolfdale 45nm RAM 8,00GB Dual Channel DDR3 @ 533 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GT 240 Manufacturer NVIDIA Model GeForce GT 240 GPU GT215 Device ID 10DE-0CA3 Revision A3 Subvendor ZOTAC International (MCO)/PC Partner (19DA) Current Performance Level Level 1 Current GPU Clock 135 MHz Current Memory Clock 135 MHz Current Shader Clock 135 MHz Voltage 0.900 V Technology 40 nm Die Size 133 mm² Release Date Nov 17, 2009 DirectX Support 10.1 OpenGL Support 4.1 Bus Interface PCI Express x16 Driver version BIOS Version ROPs 8 Shaders 96 unified Memory 1024 MB Samsung SSD 840 EVO 500GB ATA Device Manufacturer SAMSUNG Heads 16 Cylinders 60.801 Tracks 15.504.255 Sectors 976.768.065 SATA type SATA-III 6.0Gb/s Device type Fixed ATA Standard ACS2 Serial Number S1DHNSAF508366X Firmware Version Number EXT0BB6Q LBA Size 48-bit LBA Power On Count 2391 times Power On Time 314,2 days Speed Not used (SSD Drive) Features S.M.A.R.T., NCQ, TRIM, SSD Max. Transfer Mode SATA III 6.0Gb/s Used Transfer Mode SATA II 3.0Gb/s Interface SATA Capacity 465 GB Real size 500.107.862.016 bytes RAID Type None Ok, this actual beta (RC2) - is slower than previous one and every action I do in a project, it has a small frozen with the (not responding) tittle bar alert and after4/5 seconds it unblocked itself and do the work normally. I know that I get a low limit pc configuration, though I was curious how are the limits about my configuration
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