Minimum Single-User Recommendations
1 GHz Processors or Greater (no Celerons, Pentium Silver, Pentium Gold, Atom, AMD E-series, AMD A-series Processors )
2 GB RAM
USB Thumb Drives (512 MB+) Backups must be performed daily and should be moved off-site.
Windows 7 Professional/Ultimate, Windows 8 Professional, Windows 10 Professional (not RT version)
We DO NOT support Apple’s Mac computers unless you are signed up to use our cloud-based service, Liberty Cloud.
Price Tag Printer
Note: Do not purchase any other type of thermal printer unless recommended explicitly by Resaleworld. Dot matrix printers may work but not recommended. Due to changing operating systems, older printers, drivers, etc. may not produce desirable results. Please read our Printer Policy for additional information.
Bar Code Reader, Cash Drawer,
& Receipt Printer
Optional but recommended, especially the bar code reader. (All equipment is available from Resaleworld. Note: please do not purchase equipment before checking with Resaleworld for compatibility.)
Uninterruptible Power Supply (U.P.S)
Optional but STRONGLY recommended for use with all computers.
Optional but STRONGLY recommended. Cable/DSL Modem or faster at a minimum. Be sure to check for the availability of high speed access your area.
NOTE: If you plan to setup a network we STRONGLY recommend a hard-wired connection. Depending on your environment, wireless connections may not provide a strong enough signal between clients and servers which can cause the application to run slow.
Suggested requirements for Liberty Cloud: Cable internet connection with 1.5 megabits (MB) download speed and 1.5 megabit upload speed.
NOTE: Required operating systems to use Liberty Cloud, Windows 7 or higher, Android 4.4 or higher, MAC OSX 10x or higher. All versions of the Apple IOS will work.
These requirements do NOT include additional application software such as firewalls, anti-virus, office suites, etc. These are minimum system requirements for Liberty on a single-user, Windows-based PC. Please keep in mind; hardware requirements will increase over time. The size of a database grows in size over time as you enter new data. Unless the proper purging and database maintenance occurs, a computer meeting the minimum specifications today may not run at peak performance tomorrow.