I’m told that Microsoft saw fit to unilaterally “upgrade” our laser’s computer to Windows 10 the other day, despite my efforts to disable the automatic update. Oh, well.
Full Spectrum Laser doesn’t seem to have a position on whether their software, Retina Engrave 3D, will work on Windows 10. I don’t know any particular reason why it wouldn’t, but I have a strong belief that if you haven’t tested something, it probably doesn’t work.
I will do some rudimentary testing soon and add a comment to this post with the results. If it seems to work, I’ll leave it on Windows 10, since the upgrade would seem to be inevitable. If I find any problems, I can theoretically still back down to the older Windows version we were running before.
OK, it looks like Retina Engrave 3D runs under Windows 10 without any obvious problems. CorelDraw X7 runs too. Whew!
If you encounter any new problems with any software on the machine in the laser room, please let me know.
Thank you for that note. I’m running Windows 10, hoping retina engrave 3d works on it.