Recommended Hardware Configuration

Recommended Hardware Configuration

Single 7 Port Hub
Single 20 Port Hub
Two 20 Port Hubs
Core i5
Core i7*
Intel Core i9-12900X
8GB RAM (minimum)
16 GB RAM (minimum)
PCI USB 3.0 Card (Click link for recommended card)
1TB SSD (Solid State Hard Drive)**
Operating System
Windows 10
Windows 10
Windows 10 Pro
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* a minimum processor speed of 3.5GHz is recommended for optimal performance
**for processing iOS devices Lean One Touch requires up to 1TB of hard drive drive space, depending on firmware files downloaded to the machine. For systems not processing iOS devices, less disk space may be required.

Windows 10 must be a FRESH INSTALL. This means no other driver packages, including iTunes should be installed. Even if uninstalled, some programs leave latent drivers on the machine that are very difficult if not impossible to fully clear out of the Windows registry.

For Optimal Performance:

  1. Fresh Windows 10 install
  2. No Driver Packages
  3. No iTunes
  4. No Competitor Software
  5. No extra Anti Virus/malware detection (or the ability to white list the FutureDial Program folder)
When using any sort of firewall or network filtering, the sites listed in the Whitelist document should be added.

When running Functional Test on iOS, you may want to add the following sites to your block list, to prevent apps / firmware from auto-updating OTA when the device is started.
  1. – this will block all downloading/updating of apps on the devices
  2. – this will block all firmware/software updates along with OTA communications 

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