MuseScore, for those of you who don’t know it, is a music notation program that is available for Mac, Windows, and Linux. Released under the GNU GPL license, it is free and open-source software.
In order to run MuseScore fluently, a series of minimum requirements are needed, which, although they are not too high, and can even be run on computers with few resources or with old hardware.
It is necessary to take them into account for the proper functioning of the program.
The Minimum System Requirements For Musescore?
- 125MB free hard disk
- 128 MB RAM
- Minimum screen resolution 1024 × 768
- Sound card, of course.
- Windows 7 or higher.
- At least 300MB hard disk space
- 1024×600 pixel resolution
- macOS 10.10 or higher
- 1024×600 monitor resolution
As you can see they are not high at all, so you will not have problems with them.
In fact, lower requirements are needed for PCs than for example for the Mac platform.
In this case, you need a Mac OS X 10.6 or higher, as well as an Intel 64-bit microprocessor, 145MB of hard disk space 256MB of RAM.
Start MuseScore Application
To start MuseScore you must go to the Start menu → All Programs → Click MuseScore Application → Using MuseScore. Enjoy!
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