Knowledgebase : AnyCount > Compatibility
AnyCount can be run on a Mac OS by using virtual machine software such as Parallels Desktop, VMware, CrossOver, etc. (You will also need to install Windows versions of the editorsreaders for the file types you want to count onto the VM) Unfortunately, n...
AnyCount can be run under Unix or Linux OS using Wine or other Windows emulation software. Unfortunately, there is no Mac version available.
AnyCount can work on Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10.
AnyCount can be run on virtual machines with the MS Windows operating system installed. Windows versiond of the editors/readers for the files being counted must also be installed on the virtual machine.
AnyCount 3D is fully compatible with Microsoft Office 2016 and all earlier versions of the software. _Note: AnyCount is not compatible with the Click-to-Run version of MS Office 2010 and web-based versions of Office 365. Please use only an MSI-based MS O...
AnyCount is a non-Unicode program. Therefore, to correctly read AnyCount export files, an appropriate language for non-Unicode Programs should be selected. For example, if you have Russian characters, we suggest you to click Start > Control Panel > Region...
Unfortunately, AnyCount 7.0 is not compatible with MS Office 2013. Therefore, we recommend an upgrade to the latest version of AnyCount which is fully compatible with MS Office 2013. You can order the upgrade at http://www.anycount.com/order/upgrades [htt...
Most likely this situation is caused by incompatibility with another application running on your computer. For instance, some applications which monitor system activity such as Filemon, Procmon etc. may not be compatible with our software protection sys...
Please launch AnyCount in Admnistrator mode and disable "Multi-core processing" in "Settings > General". Then, please check you MS Office settings. Please start MS Word, open File - Options - General, scroll down to make sure "Open e-mail attachments ...