Targetprocess System Requirements

Software and hardware requirements for client devices:

Client Web BrowserThe two most recent versions of the following browsers are supported:

  • Google Chrome (recommended)
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Apple Safari (not supported on Windows)
  • Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 11, Edge (both not recommended)
Screen Resolution
  • Minimal application area width: 1280px
  • Minimal application area height: 700px

Usage of native applications is recommended for mobile devices.

Non-default zoom levels and custom font sizes are not fully supported and thus not recommended. If you come across any related UX issues, switch the zoom level back to 100% and the font size to Normal in the settings of your web browser in order to resolve them.

On-Premise version

Want to try our on-premise offering for medium and large teams? We'll help you to set up your on-premise version of Targetprocess within a private cloud configuration. The configuration is supported for teams starting from 100 users and more. Please contact us at for more information.

On-Site version

Starting January 1st, 2019, the support for the old On-Site installer will be fully discontinued. Actual requirements for existing customers with On-Site installations can be found here: System Requirements for Legacy On-Site pack

  • Vincent van ’t Zand

    Because of all the necessary extra work that it has cost me in the past to support IE 9 and below, I certainly am no fan of IE. But I still find it rather early to stop support for IE 9; many companies (unfortunately) still use it as their default browser.

    But, more importantly, if you don’t support it, please give users a warning! Now they innocently go to, notice nothing out of the ordinary, but see only empty Views …

    > Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE) 10, 11 (not recommended)

    To what part of the sentence applies the ‘not recommended’ bit, to IE in general or to IE 11 specifically? As much as I try to avoid using IE myself, I must admit that since version 10 it has become much easier to develop for, to the point that at times Firefox can cause more trouble 🙂

  • Michael Dubakov

    @vincentvantzand:disqus You are right, visual indicator is a must. In the next release there will be a warning for all browsers Targetprocess doesn’t support.

    IE is generally slower browser than Chrome or Safari.

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