If you write straightforward VEE code, you shouldn't have any problems
since the same version of HP VEE runs under both Windows 95 and
Windows NT. However, if you are using DLL libraries or other non-VEE
functions (DDE, ActiveX, etc), you'll have to ensure that the function
is supported under both operating systems.
Note that if you do run into differences, you can use the whichOS()
function to ensure that the same VEE program can be run under either
Current _minimum_ PC hardware requirements for Windows 95/NT are:
Win95 WinNT Note
----------------- ------------------- ----
OS Revision Win95 3.4 or higher
Controller 486/66 486/66 1
Memory 16/24 MB 24/32 MB 2
Hard Disk 25 MB free 25 MB free
Graphics 640x480 VGA 640x480 VGA 3
1. Pentium 90 or higher recommended.
2. Numbers given are minimum/recommended.
3. 1024x768 or higher resolution recommended.
HP St. Paul
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Subject: VRF - Operating system performance
Author: Non-HP-craigs (firstname.lastname@example.org) at HP-USA/o2=mimegw3
Date: 8/14/97 12:00 PM
I am going to upgrade from 3.12 and will be running the final tests probably on
Windows 95 machines.
Can I run the "development " machine on NT 4 and then run the completed code on
the 95 machines transparently?
Any comments on the specifications i.e. Processor, RAM, HDD, HPIB card, etc for
the development machines and test rig machines would also be appreciated.
Research and Development Engineer
Tru-Test Ltd., Auckland, New Zealand.
Phone +64 9 2745799 Fax +64 9 2746367