This release of Solid Edge has been certified to run on the following:
Windows 10 Enterprise, Ultimate, or Professional (64-bit only) version 1709 or later..
Windows 8 or 8.1 are not supported.
Internet Explorer 11 (Solid Edge does not support the Windows 10 browser, Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer is not required to be the default browser).
Microsoft Office Professional 2013, Microsoft Office Professional 2016, or Microsoft Office 365. Solid Edge ST9 was the last release to support Office 2010.
Solid Edge 2019 is 64-bit only. Solid Edge ST6 was the last release of 32-bit SolidEdge. Windows Home and Windows RT are not supported.We recommend that you do not run Solid Edge on Server operating systems.Solid Edge stops certifying new releases against an operating system shortly afterMicrosoft drops mainstream support for it. Solid Edge 2019 will not install on Windows
For optimal performance, it is recommended to use a professional graphics card that is designed for CAD applications. For information about cards used in testing Solid Edge and results, refer to graphics certification table.
Note that running with extremely high screen resolution and color depth increases the memory requirements on the system and may result in apparent performance degradation. If experienced, lower the resolution and color depth for improved performance.
When running Solid Edge, if you experience an abnormally high abort rate, parts disappearing, or other graphic anomalies, you may not be using the appropriate graphics driver. For more details visit: graphics certification table.
Also, setting Display Fonts to Large Fonts or Extra Large Fonts (larger than 96 DPI) may cause some Solid Edge user interface items to not display as intended. To resolve these issues, use Normal Fonts (96 DPI). A wide-screen ribbon layout is used by Solid Edge. This ribbon layout is optimal for horizontal screen resolutions set to 1920 or above. Solid Edge automatically detects your resolution and sets the ribbon layout to wide-screen starting at horizontal resolutions 1600 and above. You will see some group collapsing on the right side of the Ribbon on resolutions between 1600 and 1920.