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System Requirements

Supported Operating Systems:

  • Windows:
    • Windows XP
    • Windows 7
    • Windows 8
  • Linux:
    • x86
    • x86-64
  • Mac OS X:
    • 10.8 (Mountain Lion)
    • 10.9 (Mavericks)

    Linux, MacOS: Java Runtime Environment (JRE) 1.6 or higher

    Minimum System Specifications:

    • 1.5GHz processor
    • 2GB RAM
    • 1GB hard disk space

    Migrating from Zend Studio 10.x:

    Since Zend Studio 10.5 release we provide Mac OS X 64-bit packages only. This means there will be no updates available for 32-bit Zend Studio on Mac OS X. A new installation of 64-bit Zend Studio is required. Existing workspaces can be used with new 64-bit installation.

    This version is backward compatible with all 10.x versions.

    To update add two new update sites in Help -> Install New Software -> Available Update Sites:
    and select Help -> Check for updates.



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   My first impression of Studio 10 is good! Eclipse itself seems more stable, more responsive and less CPU hungry, and the content assist seems to have a better response time. And having mobile application development in the same IDE as the backend work is great!   

Thijs LensselinkPHP Developer, www.mobiletulip.com

   Zend Studio 10 is fully integrated with Git, PHPUnit and Zend Framework 2, which gives me one convenient place for my coding practices. When using ZF2, it's invaluable thanks to its seamless integration.    

Ore LandauPHP Developer, SangtamTech

   I'm enjoying every minute I'm working using Zend Studio 10. Zend Studio 9 was really good, but version 10 is an almost telepathic assistant, sharp and quick -- I'm delighted. Keep up the good work on this brilliant piece of software.    

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   I am really excited about how easy it is to make a ZF2 project, create modules, and get template files that I can just edit instead of having to write from scratch.    

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