What operating systems does Speedify run on?
The Speedify desktop software requires one of the following:
- macOS 10.10 and above
- Windows 7, 8/8.1/10, Windows Server 2008 R2 or above
- Debian 9+ (stretch or later),
- Ubuntu 16.04+,
- Raspbian (stretch or later),
- It is likely that it will work on other Debian based distributions.
Only x86 and x86_64 are supported. Windows 10 on ARM is not supported.
All of these distributions are supported on 32 bit or 64 bit ARM processors, and on 64 bit AMD/Intel processors. This includes Raspberry Pi, as well as laptops and servers running Ubuntu. Speedify on Linux supports both the full user interface and a headless mode where it is controlled via the speedify_cli. Note that Speedify does not currently support the OpenWRT or DD-WRT distributions or MIPS processors.
If you're looking for help on the Android or iOS versions, go to http://msupport.speedify.com/ for the support information for that version.