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Project Tutor's technical specifications





  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.  

Get to know Project Tutor's technical specifications


Recommended system specification


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

Operating System

Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later.


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.


1Gb of RAM or greater.

Screen Resolution

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


16x speed or higher.


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.


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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