Movavi Photo Editor has a name that makes it quite evident that you can use this program to perform photo editing. However, it doesn’t say what else it can do, and we assure you that you’ll be surprised. It’s one of the best photo montage software tools for Windows PC.
We’re not going to give it all away right from the intro, so you’ll have to stick around for a while. Just keep on reading our review if you want to find out more about this tool. We promise we’ll keep it nice and short for a pleasant reading experience.
Movavi Photo Editor system requirements
It’s widely known that every software solution available on the market has its own set of system requirements. Since Movavi Photo Editor is a part of the same category, that means that it must also have a sys req.
The purpose of this list is to let you know if your PC is capable of handling a particular program before even installing it. Without further ado, let’s see what conditions must your PC meet to run Movavi Photo Editor.
- Operating system: Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, along with all their patches (up-to-date) and Service Packs
- Architecture: works on both 32-bit and 64-bit systems alike
- Processor: at least a 1.5 GHz Intel, AMD, or compatible CPU
- Graphics Card:
- NVIDIA GeForce 8/8M
- Intel HD Graphics 2000
- AMD Radeon R600
- Quadro FX 5600 or 4800
- Mobility Radeon HD 4330
- Radeon R5 M230
- Mobility FirePro series
- Any other better graphics card than the ones listed above
- Display: monitor that supports 32-bit color and a screen resolution of at least 1280×768
- Memory: at least 2 GB RAM required
- at least 500 MBs free HDD space required for installation
- an additional 1 GB for various operations
As you can see, the list of PC requirements is not precisely pretentious. Considering that most other similar software utilities have high demands from the PCs they’re supposed to run on, we could say we got off easy.
Note that we’ve added the Architecture section for clarification, as it was not available in the original documentation. We’ve tested the program on a 64-bit Windows 10 PC, and it worked like a charm.