JSEAsy is a windows based program that can be run on your Mac if you use third party software such as Parallels Desktop for Mac
JSEAsy is powered by Microsoft Access 2016. Unfortunately it is the only Office product that Microsoft have not made a Mac version. The majority of our Mac customers have put Windows on their Mac and run Windows and Mac operating systems simultaneously using a third party software like Parallels Desktop 13 for Mac. With Parallels you can easily switch between your Mac and Windows desktops.
While convenient these options require you to purchase a license for Windows and have Windows running on your system.
Another option is to Install JSEAsy on a PC if you have access to one in your office or home.
The JSEAsy Cloud Hosted version can be accessed from a MAC
Full and detailed instructions for installation along with a user guide are provided with the purchase. There are information icons on the different section of the software. When you click on them, it will take you to the corresponding page in our JSEAsy Learn and Support section. We are here to help as well so you can contact us for any help you may need with installing and setting up the software. Unlimited phone support is available for rental customers and Premium support cover customers. We can also do remote shared screen support via TeamViewer.
Different versions of JSEAsy may be used on a stand-alone PC or a network of multiple PCs, where one of the PCs is utilized as a “server” for JSEAsy. JSEAsy will also run on Windows Terminal Server. The requirements listed refer to either a stand-alone PC, or to each PC in the network that will be running JSEAsy.
In Windows 10 Right click on the desktop and then click on display settings. From there change the size of text, apps and other items to 100%
Basically, if you have a high resolution screen at install time, Win7 will install a larger font set (125%) by default. If you then choose go back to the standard font size (100%), Windows will keep some of the large fonts even though everything else is adjusted for standard fonts, causing programs that use these fonts to break because the text will not always fit inside the GUI.