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  In Project Tutor, you've got a quick and easy system that teaches you Microsoft Project wherever, whenever and however you wish.  Here's a bit of technical background about the recommended PC environment so you'll get the best from using Project Tutor.  
 
 

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Recommended system specification

PC

Any PC capable of running Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later.

Operating System

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later.

Browser

Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 8 or later.
Mozilla Firefox 19 or later.

Unfortunately the people at Chrome can't support the way Project Mentor lets you switch between learning and doing when working on your C: drive, so please use Project Tutor in Firefox or IE.

Memory

1Gb of RAM or greater.

Screen Resolution

1024x768 pixels (1366x768 or greater is recommended).

DVD

16x speed or higher.

Sound

A sound card (and speakers/headphones) is recommended for viewing the audio/video movies. 
These movies are also closed-captioned so you can watch them in an open office environment with the sound off.

Connectivity

None required as all content is accessed from your PC.

Disk Space

860Mb for a complete install.

Additional Software

Microsoft Project 2013 / 2010 / 2007. 
If you run Project Tutor in one browser window and Microsoft Project in another window, this is an ideal way to experience as you learn.

 
 
 

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