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The major goals for Rhino 5 include:
Rhino 5 for Windows runs on ordinary Windows desktop and laptop computers, with:
Note: Apple hardware is supported only with Bootcamp.
Note: Both 32- and 64-bit versions are installed on 64-bit Windows systems.
Since we can't test every possible hardware combination, you can get hardware recommendations from other users here...
The Zoo 5 License Manager (free)
is a complete rewrite with many new features:
Note: Rhino 5 will not work with Zoo 4.0 and Rhino 4.0 will not work with Zoo 5. But, both Zoo 4.0 and Zoo 5 can run on the same network. Both can be installed on the same server, without conflict.
The new License Validation system makes it easier to recover lost or stolen license keys.
Rhino Options export and import has been enhanced and now includes advanced display mode settings.
It is now easier to disable plug-ins. This is important for users who are beta testing new plug-ins or having a problem and suspect the problem is caused by a particular plug-in.
After the first release of every major new version, there are bug fix releases that download automatically. The users are prompted to install them.
Note: Service releases do not install automatically. You are prompted to install. The automatic download service can also be turned off.
The new splash screen now notifies users when a service release has been downloaded and is ready to be installed. It also provides more details about the installed Rhino version along with event news and tech tips.
Since your team's productivity and frustration are at stake, we want to make sure help is available when you need it.
As with all early versions of Rhino, support is included in the purchase price. There are no maintenance or subscription fees.
New support resources for Rhino 5 include: