NOTICE: The Mac and Windows® editions of Concord are no longer available to purchase, and are no longer eligible for technical support.
Limited Support for Previous Editions of Concord
These pages provide only limited support information for these previously released editions:
Systems Requirements for previous editions of Concord
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR CONCORD, WINDOWS VERSION
16 MB memory
55 MB free hard disk space, 15 MB needed to run the program from CD
IBM PC and compatibles; 486/66 MHz or better (Pentium processor recommended)
Color monitor (256-color SVGA recommended)
Windows-compatible sound card
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows Millennium Edition*, Windows 2000*, Windows XP*, or Windows NT 4.0 (not Windows 3.1), Windows Vista*, Windows 7*
*Running Concord on Windows ME, 2000, and XP requires the version 1.0.05 update found here.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR CONCORD, MACINTOSH VERSION
Macintosh II or later, including PowerPC and G3
Recommended System Minimum 8 MB RAM (sys 7), 12MB (sys 7.6 – OS 9.0.4)
12.5 MB of free hard disk space
Any System 7 or 8, 9.0.4
Monochrome and Color monitor support
Release format: CD and low-density 800K diskette.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS FOR CONCORD, DOS VERSION
IBM XT or compatible, or later including 286, 386 SX or DX, 486 SX or DX, or Pentium
640 K (Kilobytes) of RAM
10.5 MB (Megabytes)
MS/PC DOS 3.2 or greater
Monochrome or Color monitor support from CGA through SVGA
Diskette format: low density, 3.5 or 5.25″
Running Concord, DOS Version under Windows
Concord will run under Windows 3.x, 95 and 98 as a DOS application. The DOS version of Concord is not a Windows program and does not support the mouse. It does not support sound cards; sound for the hymns goes directly to the PC’s speaker. This version of Concord cannot print from Windows-only printers. The DOS version of Concord will run under the following versions of Windows:
Windows 3.x: 386 SX or DX, (486 SX or DX); 8 MB RAM
Windows 95: 486DX or greater; 16 MB RAM
Windows 98: 32 MB RAM
Windows Millennium Edition*
*Successful operation of Concord is not guaranteed on Windows ME, 2000, or XP.