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Last Post 05/28/2018 1:19 AM by  ellenpimentel
Windows 10 & estimating programs
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07/16/2015 6:42 PM
    Windows 10 is being pushed out for us to use but has anyone tried it or will it work with Xactimate, Simsol, or Symbility? I presently pondering installing since I will be purchasing a new computer this fall.
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    08/12/2015 4:51 PM
    I been looking for status on Windows 10 & so far only seen post reference Simsol and Windows 10. The usual Xactimate no reply they will be the last one to come forth.
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    08/12/2015 7:27 PM

    Here a notice from Xactware concerning Windows 10.

    *Xactware is currently certifying Xactimate desktop for use with Windows 10. The current version doesn’t have any known compatibility issues with Windows 10. Certification should complete with the next Xactimate desktop release. If you’ve already updated to Windows 10, Xactimate should run smoothly. Should you need technical assistance, our team will support you as much as possible until the certification process completes.

    It is posted on the following page;

    http://www.xactware.com/en-us/solut...nts/ 

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    05/28/2018 1:19 AM
    I am not sure but I think it should work.
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