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    At one point I put v11 in our build with Win 7 Pro and we have SB560s across site with serial to USB converters. They all worked, but some were a pita with SMART ink and it definitely uses more system resources than 10.x . I reverted back as and when I got the machines back, but it wasn't bad enough form me to proactively remove all instances. V 10 isn't available any more though... I presume that's partly to do with wanting to enforce the watermarking feature that they introduced to stop you using other IWBs with their SW.

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    We found same tbh. Incompatable with SB560, smartink awful and a resource hog.

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    What's this watermarking thing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    What's this watermarking thing?
    if you use notebook on say a promethian board your file gets something like not a genuine smartboard written all over it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sted View Post
    if you use notebook on say a promethian board your file gets something like not a genuine smartboard written all over it
    Unless you buy a machine specific "collaborative license" for that device, on a yearly basis. Cost was around £800 last I checked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmak View Post
    At one point I put v11 in our build with Win 7 Pro and we have SB560s across site with serial to USB converters. They all worked, but some were a pita with SMART ink and it definitely uses more system resources than 10.x . I reverted back as and when I got the machines back, but it wasn't bad enough form me to proactively remove all instances. V 10 isn't available any more though... I presume that's partly to do with wanting to enforce the watermarking feature that they introduced to stop you using other IWBs with their SW.
    Smart Notebook 10.8's available here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael View Post
    Smart Notebook 10.8's available here
    don't know why I didn't find that when I looked a couple of weeks ago. Glad to be corrected



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