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Jewelry Shopkeeper Software
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Jewelry Shopkeeper Software
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Jewelry Shopkeeper Software
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Windows 8 & 10 Information
Visual Jewelry Shopkeeper has been successfully tested under the Windows 7, 8 & 10. There is no need to update an existing Windows 7 computer to Windows 8 or 10. Visual Jewelry Shopkeeper (for Windows) is fully compatible with both 32-bit and 64-bit Windows 7, 8 & 10 so if you are a new Visual Jewelry Shopkeeper user you will most likely be using 64-bit Windows 7 or 8 or 10. JS-Classic (Jewelry Shopkeeper DOS Version 10) and earlier versions are compatible only with 32-bit versions of Windows. If you still use the old Shopkeeper for DOS you will need 32-bit Windows 7 or 8 . If you inadvertently order a new computer that arrives with 64-bit Windows 7, ask the computer vendor how you can have it reconfigured with 32-bit Windows 7 or 8. Note that 64-bit Windows 7 Professional allows you to install “XP Mode” which will run JS-Classic. However, in most cases you’ll find it easier overall to just switch to 32-bit Windows 7. Windows 8 does not have XP Mode. If you have previously used Shopkeeper for DOS and now have VJS you will likely want the option, for a period of time, to occasionaly access the JS-Classic interface. Thus new computers should have 32-bit Windows 7 or 8 installed. If you have several computers, and a new computer is shipped to you with 64-bit Windows 7 or 8 you might leave it as-is provided you have other computers on the network running 32-bit Windows XP or Windows 7 or 8. There are essentially no known performance benefits of 64-bit Windows at this time. But in the future there will likely be some benefits.
Last updated on 10th February 2015