Operating System - Microsoft Windows Windows 7/8/10.
• Most any processor purchased in the last five years.
• 2 Gb RAM preferred, .5 Gb RAM minimum.
• ~ 280 Mb disk space for Accumulatus installation.
• 1024x768 minimum screen resolution.
The Site Edition of Accumulatus (see Buy for more information) is a network program for Windows Server 2012. Each workstation will install a runtime program, while the main Accumulatus program and data files reside on the network server. Multiple users can research and add specimens at the same time. Each workstation user will need read/write/delete/add rights to the server folder where Accumulatus resides.Trial Version
The Accumulatus trial version is fully functional for 30-days from installation. At the end of the 30-day period, without a valid registration key, some printing options are disabled. Go to Buy for information on how to receive a Personal license or a Site license.Registration
If purchased during daily business hours (9am-5pm EST), you should receive your registration key by e-mail within 24 hours. If you have not received it within this time, please contact btaylor@Accumulatus.comInput Registration Key
Once you have received your registration key by e-mail, in Accumulatus, under the Help Menu, select About & Registration Information. Copy the registration key from your e-mail and then paste it into the registration number field and click ok.Input Special Character
To enter the degree symbol ° for latitude and longitude, hold down your ALT key and enter 0176 and then release the ALT key.Program ShortCut
If the installation does not create a ShortCut on the desktop, go to c:\program files\Accumulatus\Accumulatus.Exe, right click, Send To Desktop (create shortcut).Methods Of Payment
Aslan Enterprises accepts credit card payments through PayPal. All funds must be in US dollars. If you have special billing needs, please contact btaylor@Accumulatus.com.BackUps
Backup your Accumulatus directory, all it's subdirectories, and all it's files on a regular basis. Backups can be made on:
• external, portable harddrives.
• flash drives.
• "cloud-based" services such as OneDrive, Dropbox, or Carbonite.
Regardless of what media is chosen for your backups, backups should be consistently and reliably done, and available (when needed). Registered users also get access to a BackUp and Restore procedure which backs up all of Accumulatus and Site users can upload files to our cloud site.