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  1. I successfully installed it but it will not open despite warning me that there may be UI and performance issues because I refuse to use Windows Aero. I'm sure my workstation is plenty powerful enough to bypass these problems. Any chance of making the warning a warning, not just a refusal to launch the program? 2x Xeon E5-2630v3 (8 core, 2.4GHz Base), 64GB RAM, Quadro K4200, Windows 7 Enterprise.
  2. I am required to have Windows Aero for Affinity Photo - where can I get this
  3. Salute. There are people which want to use Affinity Designer but they can't because they don't have Windows Aero. Sometimes it's quite annoying this thing. How about this, is this a good idea?
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