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Will Trueman
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With the general cost of Windows 8 being lower than Windows 7, we have talked about bypassing 7 and going straight to 8.

Is there any official support for Windows 8 yet?
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Hi Will,

As Windows 8 is pretty much brand new, it's worth holding off for a little while before taking the leap just incase there is anything that might cause an issue - we're running it here on a couple of test PC's and so far it's working really well, but in test is one thing, real world usage is a whole other thing!

If you do find yourself with a Windows 8 PC, we would love to hear how you're getting on though - feel free to post here your experiences and we'll try and keep everyone updated with our own findings too.

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I assume that we should still be trying it on a 32bit system rather than 64bit if we do try it on Windows 8 

Craig Ryan

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Absolutely

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Myriad 3.6.6, running very well on win 8 professional - shame same couldn't be said for my software for audio levelling (Breakaway DJ) Sad

All I need now is a touch screen and ..... well I can dream.......
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