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Features -- Windows Interface

The Windows version runs as a "GUI" application, however, unlike the Macintosh version most options are command-line-driven. The advantage to running PAUP* under Windows is that a scrollback display buffer is built into the program, an editor is provided, and commands are remembered between sessions (they can be recalled, edited, etc.). Note: PAUP* 4.0 Windows Interface does not print or save high-resolution trees. To print graphical trees we recommend the program TreeView by Rod Page.

System Requirements -- Windows Interface

  • 386, 486, Pentium series. Note: PAUP will only run on a machine that has a numeric data processor (NDP) either on the main processor (e.g., 486 and pentium series) or a coprocessor (e.g., 80387 with 80386 or 80487SX with 80486SX ).
  • Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, and, XP.
  • A minimum of 4 MB of RAM. Note: More memory may be required for larger data sets.
  • 2 MB of available hard-disk space.

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