1. Tim Ogle says

    I have been using Logos for over 5 years. It is an absolute irreplaceable tool for my ministry and continued personal growth.

  2. Kevin says

    I am also an early adopter of the Logos software (back when it was Libronix,) and love it. I updated recently from 4 to 5 and it was definitely worth it.

    Colin, just about any modern computer should handle things OK. I am running Adobe CS6 Design Standard, Indesign, Illustrator, Photoshop and Acrobat X on a Windows XP desktop with an dual core AMD processor and 2GB ram as well as a Windows 7 laptop – dual core and 4GB ram. Logos 5 won’t run on XP but otherwise even the old machine runs well. So pretty much any PC or laptop off the shelf with decent specs should do the trick. My one caveat would be I do not enjoy doing graphics/photos on the lap top, I just find the bigger screens, Keyboard etc. of the desktop easier to use for that.

  3. Colin Bleakney says

    I have used Logos for some years now and have found it to be among the best software that has been produced. I have the Leaders Edition but want to up-grade again to their most recent format.

    I would also need to purchase another computer to run the program as I have a windows Laptop/notebook and a mac-mini. I would like to do more graphics, publisher type material with another computer also and also do some podcasts with the same PC. Does anyone have an idea what computer would be good to meet these requirements?

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