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ID: AR03E00450
Applies to: NoMachine Licensing
Added on: 2007-03-19
Last update: 2016-09-14
NoMachine policies to support pre-release/new versions of operating systems

NoMachine cannot officially support pre-release (beta) versions of operating systems. Such pre-releases are made by those operating systems for trial and testing purposes only. We do accept bug reports from users who are testing with these pre-release versions as we strive to make sure we are compatible at the time of the general release of supported operating systems. We cannot guarantee any compatibility with these pre-release versions as much of the software changes dramatically during the pre-release cycle.

In general, NoMachine tries to become completely compatible within 30 days of a supported operating system production release (all NoMachine products), and also according to our own release schedule. For example, if a Linux provider releases a major of its own OS after we have made our own software release, we will try to support the new OS version in our successive software update. In this case, thirty days would have to be extended.

You may refer to the supported list of operating systems on the download page of each product.