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Welcome to the New MicroSurvey Website

Postby Darcy Detlor » Thu Mar 27, 2003 7:07 pm

Hello all,

Please let me know how you like our new website.

It was a big job, and we have spent a lot of time trying to build something that would help our customers and our staff.
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Great new look

Postby T.M. Moretz » Fri Mar 28, 2003 9:28 am

It's nice to put a picture with some of the names at MicroSurvey
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Postby Darcy Detlor » Fri Mar 28, 2003 9:55 am

Yes, all the people in the pictures are MicroSurvey staff. We are real! :lol:
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Postby rwhatman » Fri Mar 28, 2003 12:42 pm

Might be nice if we could post are picture on the Web Board.
We are real as well. :wink:
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Postby rwhatman » Sat Mar 29, 2003 11:19 am

New Web site very good. Easy to find your way around.
Well thought out and does look like you have put a lot of
work on this. So much the good part.

There was one area could be better.
How about suggesting better then the basic system.
This system would not make anyone happy.
Your program is not a basic type program any more.
Suggestion : Ram 256 to 512 for large drawings
: Video 1024x768
: Pentium 4
Now your program will show it true power.

Hardware Requirements
MicroSurvey CAD 2002 operates entirely within Windows, and has no hardware requirements over and above those of Windows itself except as noted below. We suggest the following basic system as a minimum for efficient operation:
• Pentium processor
• 64 megabytes RAM (More if you are working in large drawings most of the time)
• 100 megabytes free hard disk space (500MB if you wish to install all of the movies. Or run them off the CD?)
• SVGA or better monitor
• Video resolution set to 800x600 or better (lower resolutions may result in part of the pull down menus running off the bottom of the screen)
• Mouse, digitizing tablet or other pointing device
In order to use the data collector communication features, your system will also need an external RS-232 serial port or a USB connection for best performance with MicroSurvey FieldGenius.
In order to get printed output, you will require a printer or plotter configured to work in your Windows environment. We recommend obtaining the most up-to-date printer/plotter drivers off of the manufacturers Internet web site.
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You are right - more RAM is better

Postby Darcy Detlor » Sat Mar 29, 2003 6:36 pm

Hi Richard,

I agree with this. Realistically you should have 128 MB of RAM as a minimum, and more likely 256-512 for serious production work. Since memory is so inexpensive it is a non-issue now. It makes sense to plug it in. Remember when it was $1,000 a Megabyte? Around 1987...

I'll get the requirements updated.
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