Technical Specification

Software 4 Dentists have developed Bridge-IT using the latest development tools. It employs the new Microsoft .NET technology which is the latest platform for running Windows based applications. By using this framework, not only does Bridge-IT have a modern, usable and elegant interface, but it is also ‘future proofed’. That is, whereas other dental applications based on older technology are becoming more and more incompatible with newer Windows versions, Bridge-IT has been designed to take advantage of the latest operating systems such as Windows 10.

Minimum Specifications

Recommended PC Specs

Processor
Intel Core i3-2100 or AMD A10-5700 (or higher) Intel Core i5 or i7 series (or higher) or AMD FX-8150 Series (or higher)
Memory
2GB Memory 4GB (or more)
Hard-Disc Space
200GB Hard-disk space 500GB Hard-disk space
Monitor Resolution
17″ (1024 x 768) 21″ (1440 x 900)

Latest Development Tools

Other dental applications struggle to maintain compatibility with newer Windows versions. Bridge-IT has been designed to take advantage of the latest operating systems such as Windows 10 and is based on the latest Microsoft technology.

32 & 64 bit Compatible

Bridge-IT is fully compatible with any of the following 32-bit or 64-bit operating systems:

  • Windows 10
  • Windows 8
  • Windows 7
  • Windows 2016
  • Windows 2012 R2
  • Windows 2008 R2
  • Windows XP SP3

.NET Framework

Employing Microsoft .NET technology – the latest platform for running Windows based applications.

Windows 10 Compatible

Bridge-IT has been designed to take advantage of the latest operating systems such as Windows 10.

Network Specification

We recommend a wired network for running Bridge-IT over your network as there is information constantly travelling back and forth between the clients and the database. Although Bridge-IT will work over a wireless network (and we have numerous practices that do), we strongly advise against it.  Wireless signals can be unreliable and may drop their connection to the server at crucial times.  In addition, wireless networks are much slower than cabled ones, therefore we suggest wired connectivity whenever possible.

Not Sure?

Feel free to contact us to discuss your options – we’ll be happy to help!