Wealth In Motion® requires a business class operating system: Windows XP Professional, Windows Vista Business, Vista Ultimate, Windows 7 Professional, Windows 7 Ultimate, Windows 8 Pro, or Windows 8 Enterprise edition. It will run on all 32-bit and 64-bit variants of Windows; 64bit is preferred but not necessary. Internet access is required to register the Wealth In Motion® software.
Wealth In Motion® will run on XP and Vista both of these Microsoft operating systems have hit there end of life and have limited support. [Microsoft End Of Life statement]
NOTE: Windows 8 RT will NOT run Wealth In Motion®
MINIMUM for Windows XP:
MINIMUM for Windows 8 Pro, Windows Vista Business and Windows 7:
Wealth In Motion® is designed to run natively on the Microsoft Windows operating systems above. You can run Wealth In Motion® within a virtual machine on your mac using third party software such as Parallels, or VMware fusion. Below are the requirements
Unfortunately, there is not a MAC version of our software. The software is designed to run natively on the Microsoft Windows operating systems. However you can run Wealth In Motion® on a MAC inside of a Virtual Machine running Windows. This requires an Intel based Apple computer capable of running virtual machine software from either: Parallels or VMware
Virtual machine configuration:
Assign 1GB RAM or greater; hard disk partition 20GB or greater
Parallels version 3 has been tested with Windows XP and Wealth In Motion®
Parallels version 4 or higher is required to run Vista Business or Ultimate according to Parallels engineers
Parallels version5 and 6 are in use by other users w/o incident Note: Disable 3D acceleration in Parallels 4.
There are a few main factors that affect performance:
1) In general, the higher amount of computer memory available for the host Mac the better the performance. 4GB min.
2) A faster processor
3) Video adapter processor and memory
4) disk IO: 7200 RPM hard drive is recommended by not necessary
If you have any specific questions or need assistance in purchasing a Mac contact technical support.
Via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or via Live Remote Assistance