Installing

I’ve bought LandscapePro and now I want to use it on another computer. How do I do that?

Please open a support ticket telling us the name and email address used when you received your license.

Is there a Mac version?

Yes, when you buy LandscapePro you will be given download links for both Windows and Mac versions of the software.

How do I remove LandscapePro?

On a Mac you can remove LandscapePro by simply moving it into the Trash. Then open the Finder view, then click on Go. For Mac OS X (Lion and later), hold down the Option key (ALT on non-Mac keyboards) and click on Library, and then Preferences. Earlier versions of OS X will have the Library folder visible in the Home Folder. Now scroll down and look for anything containing the name “landscapepro” and also move it to the Trash. In the Finder view, go to your home folder. Then click on Library, then Application Support and then Anthropics . Move the LandscapePro folder from within Anthropics to the trash.

On Windows Vista, Windows 7 and later it can be removed by clicking the start button and typing “remove programs” and the option “Add or remove programs” will come up. Choose this and follow the instructions.

Another way to remove the software is to go to the “C:\Program Files” directory where LandscapePro was installed and finding the folder, normally with a name such as “LandscapePro”. Now run the program in this folder called unins000 and the software will be removed.

What are the minimum requirements of the computer for using LandscapePro?

Processor
1GHz processor or faster recommended.

Memory
2GB RAM minimum recommended. To handle larger images (8 megapixel or more) you would benefit from having 3GB or more RAM.

OS

Windows – Requires Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Vista.
Mac – OS X 10.7 or later.

How can I tell if I have a 64-bit edition of Windows or Mac OS X?

64-bit applications need a 64-bit edition of Windows or Mac OS X for them to run. 32-bit applications will work on both 32- and 64-bit editions of Windows and OS X.

The simplest way of finding out if you have a 64-bit system is to try installing a 64-bit download from this web site. Alternatively:

Windows

This Microsoft article shows you how to find out whether you have a 64-bit edition of Windows:
support.microsoft.com/kb/827218

Mac

To find out whether you have a 64-bit edition of Mac OS X:

  • Click on the Apple symbol in the top left of the screen and choose “about this Mac”.
  • You will be shown a dialog showing you the OS X version and processor type.
  • As long as you have a version of OS X that is 10.5 or greater, and you have a 64-bit processor then your Mac is capable of running 64-bit programs. To find out if you have a 64-bit processor go here.