Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, 8 or 10
4 GB of Random-access memory RAM (minimum)
8 GB free hard drive (minimum)
Sound card and speakers
High color video card set to a minimum resolution of 1024 x 768
**A good Mouse and pad or Graphic Tablet (even on a laptop)
YES, Windows applications run beautifully on the Mac if you have windows emulation (installed or running on your Mac). READ:
Windows and Mac side-by-side with Parallels Desktop 11 for Mac Despite the Mac's recent gains in market share, Windows is still the dominant operating system, especially in businesses. That means there may be times when you need to run the Microsoft OS: perhaps there's an application your company uses that's only available for Windows, like Hardscape Imaging Software. Whatever your reason for running Windows, there are a number of ways your Mac can do it for you.
If you need a flexible, full-fledged Windows installation, you still have several options. You could use Apple's own Boot Camp, which lets you install Windows on a separate partition of your hard drive. Or you could install one of three third-party virtualization programs: VMware Fusion, or VirtualBox, each of which lets you run Windows (or another operating system) as if it were just another OS X application.
Our Option: Hardscape Imaging on the Mac with "OUR PERSONAL VERSION OF CROSSOVER" Client tested!
Crossover is a Mac application that allows you to run Windows programs like Hardscape Imaging or GreenScapes on the Mac without having to install Windows and paying for a license fee or Create a Virtual Machine on your Mac.
It is by far the simplest way to run a windows Applications on the Mac we have found and WE WILL INCLUDE IT FREE (for a limited time) with your Purchase as a Bonus to you. A $59.95 value. Just Download OUR PERSONAL VERSION OF CROSSOVER, a link will be supplied after purchase and enter the activation on your invoice. Once registered. Install Hardscape Imaging Software as per the instructions sent for Mac Crossover users.
PLEASE NOTE: We just found out today Oct. 21, 2019 that Crossover does NOT work with the new MAC OS Catalina - Please do not update from Mojave, until we know more. Like any update we are figuring it might just be a bug that will be fixed by Mac shortly.
If you are having problems saving Texture Libraries in Hardscape Imaging Software, it is because Windows 10 is blocking files being saved in the Program files (x86) Folders. You need to change the permissions on Hardscape Imaging Software folder to allow things to be saved.
Step 1: First close Hardscape Imaging Software. If you have logged-in as an administrator, if not, do so now. I suggest you to follow the below steps to give permission for entire folder and sub-Folders, so that you can access the specific files.