Slow and Unresponsive?

Published on: 23-Aug 01:39am

Future Corporation

Published on - 23-Aug 01:39am

There a number of reasons why the Software may become slow and unresponsive. Some of these relate to environment the Software is operating within and others relate to how the Software is being used. The most common problems users experience are caused by:

Windows and Drivers (External)
In order for the Software and your cutter and/or printer to function correctly on your computer, the Windows operating system and any installed programs, drivers and networks must be properly installed and functioning correctly (i.e. these must be stable).


If you're experiencing problems using the Software on your computer and/or getting error messages please visit this comprehensive Diagnostic website provided by Microsoft: Fix It!

Antivirus/Malware (External)
Your Antivirus and Anti-malware programs must also be configured to permit the Software to operate unrestricted. This usually means that you must set the Software as a Safe program from within your Antivirus Software and/or quarantine it. Please consult that software's help file for instructions or search online for instructions.

We suggest you mark or set this folder, its subfolders and files as safe and/or quarantined from your Antivirus software:

C:\Program Files (x86)\FutureCorp 


Resources (Internal)
When working with very large images (photos and bitmaps) or a large quantity of images the memory required to store these runs out rapidly and can grind a computer to a halt and may crash the Software.

Another resource drain is having too many documents open all at the same time, especially if they contain a lot of images.

Fonts (External)
Other factors such as fonts can cause a computer to slow down. Never install more than 1000 fonts in Windows else it will seriously drain your computer's resources and its performance will suffer.

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