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SYSTAT ® 13 Software

You can download a 30-day trial copy of SYSTAT 13.1, 32-bit or 64-bit. To convert it to an annual license, contact OIT Help Center at 545-9730 or stop by A109 LGRC (Monday - Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.).

Important note on downloads!

  • Due to excessive internet traffic from unauthorized locations, Systat downloads are currently restricted to UMass campuses and to off-campus users with a UMass Amherst NetID. If you are at another campus and wish to install Systat on a home computer, download it in your office and take it home on portable drive (with about 400 Megabytes of free space on the drive). If this is not possible, contact the OIT Help Center at 413-545-9730, umsw.licenses@oit.umass.edu to purchase Systat on DVD.
  • If you are using a domain joined Windows computer, you need to know where it is safe to store such files. Storing large files in the "wrong" location, can have serious negative impact on your future logon/logoff. Learn how to tell whether your computer is in a domain, and where to safely store large downloads.

If you are using a domain joined Windows computer, you need to know where it is safe to store such files. Storing large files in the "wrong" location, can have serious negative impact on your future logon/logoff. Learn how to tell whether your computer is in a domain, and where to safely store large downloads.

installation instructions

Sysem Requirements

  • Windows 7, Vista, or XP
  • Pentium level processor
  • 512 MB RAM (1 GB recommended)
  • 600 MB Free Disk Space (inclusive of Manual PDFs)
  • SVGA Adapter and Monitor
  • Internet Explorer 7 or higher

Systat 13.1 is reported to install under Windows 8, though it has not been fully tested and certified by the developers.

 

 

 

 

   


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