pCon.planner 7.5: 64-bit to be standard

Spring is a time of growth, awakening and renewal. Echoing this sentiment, pCon.planner also has some fresh new features on the way! With the upcoming update, we’re welcoming both great new functions and making the 64-bit version the standard.pCon.planner 7.5: 64-bit to be standard
So, what does that mean? In order to ensure that the room planner and all of its components benefit from the most modern technology, all editions of pCon.planner 7.5 will be available only for 64-bit operating systems. For many of you, this won’t change anything – you can update the room planner as usual and discover the new functions (you can read more about these on the blog soon). ME-version users can look forward to fast and stabile processing of large plans.

If you work with a 32-bit system, you can most certainly continue to use pCon.planner 7.4. You will simply no longer receive updates. If you’re not sure which operating system is running on your computer, contact your administrator or read here to find out which operating system you are using.

You can find full system requirements for pCon.planner 7.5 here.

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4 Responses to pCon.planner 7.5: 64-bit to be standard

  1. January 14, 2018 at 1:24 am ANGELO says:

    QUERO APRENDER A DESENVOLVER PROJETOS DE MÓVEIS.

    • January 19, 2018 at 1:56 pm Anja says:

      Hi Angelo,

      there are a lot of ways to learn more about planning with pCon.planner: from the first drafts to fotorealistic Renderings and measured floorplans.
      The best way is to attend a seminar – and this is available in your language! :)

      You can find more information on that here:

      Best regards, Cumprimentos!
      Your pCon Team

  2. January 17, 2018 at 4:07 pm Margorzata says:

    Is the pcon.planner working on MacBooks?

    • January 19, 2018 at 2:20 pm Anja says:

      Hi Margorzata,

      At present we do not offer a version of pCon.planner for Mac OS, but yet THERE IS a possibility to use pCon.planner.
      Learn more about the workaround in our pCon.planner FAQ

      Best Regards,
      Your pCon Team

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