Microsoft AutoRoute 2001 - Computer Legacy

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Microsoft AutoRoute is a popular item of route planning software developed and published by the Microsoft Corporation. This minor revision to the 2001 (eighth) edition was released in the year 2000.


Software Name: Microsoft AutoRoute 2001
Software Version:
Release Year: 2000
Developer: Microsoft Corporation
Publisher: Microsoft Corporation
License Type: Retail License 
Installation Method: Install to Local Disk

System Requirements

Below are the system requirements (sometimes referred to as the minimum system requirements) that the software developer or publisher stated at the time of release.

Operating System: Microsoft Windows 95 Microsoft Windows 98 Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition (SE) Microsoft Windows 2000 
Processor: --
Processor Speed: 90 MHz
System Memory: 20MB (Windows 95/98) / 36MB (Windows NT 4.0 or later)
Graphics Requirement: --
Graphics Resolution: 640 x 480
Hard Disk Space Required: 150-205MB (partial install) / 530MB (required for a full data install)
Network Requirements: Internet Connection - 9600 baud
Input Devices: Keyboard,Microsoft Mouse,Mouse
Sound: --
Disk Drive Requirements: No disk required for operation
Additional Software Required: Internet Explorer 3.02, Microsoft Mail
Other Requirements: GPS device with support for NMEA 2.0 (for GPS tracking/locating functionality)

Compatibility Table

Below is a compatiblity table. This table states what operating systems the software can be run upon.

Operating SystemVersion/EditionStatusDateNotes
 Microsoft Windows 3.0
 Microsoft Windows 3.1
 Microsoft Windows 3.11
 Microsoft Windows NT 3.5
 Microsoft Windows 95
 Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
 Microsoft Windows 98
 Microsoft Windows 2000
 Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition
 Microsoft Windows XP
 Microsoft Windows Vista
Entry Last Updated By Dan on 2017-12-12 12:00:00