For years I have used a Linx 10 Windows tablet to run 1 projector along with an FB3 and Quickshow. It always worked fine with previous versions of the software even though it warned of my machine having a low spec. Yes it's a quad core Atom processor with 2gb of ram clocked at 1.3ghz. On being forced to upgrade to Quickshow 4.0 it installs and then flashes my FB3 with the latest firmware which then tells me I can no longer use an older version of the software, fair enough. The program then exits telling me my machine doesn't meet minimum requirements of a dual core processor with 2gb of ram. This machine has a quad core processor with 2gb of ram??? So I try installing it on a lower spec dual core pentium with 4gb of ram and it runs just fine, no warnings. An Atom processor may be low end, but the later ones are more powerful than the older dual core Pentiums, previous versions of Quickshow ran just fine on these Linx 10 tablets with 1 FB3, rather than just exit yes warn the user of a low spec and that it may not run at its best, but don't just exit and stop even trying, you are forcing me to upgrade something that I don't feel I should need to. The problem is I can't go back to an older version as the firmware is flashed in the FB3 now. Any chance of changing this behaviours in Quickshow and at least letting it run at the users risk?