Our OCR is activated by 32-bit and 64-bit Microsoft operating systems intended for workstations beginning with Windows® XP with Service Pack 2.
MiceText can also be operated in systems intended for servers.
Home users and small offices that process under 2,500 pages a day,
The following table displays the requirements for MiceText Home Edition.
For applications below 2,500 pages per day, you can also use mobile units.
The term: a large company or a corporation means an OCR - operation above 2,500 pages a day.
The following table displays the requirements for MiceText Professional Edition
For applications above 2,500 pages a day, it is recommended to use multi-core units intended for workstations and servers.
The program can be run locally on a workstation, copying documents each time a user acts, as well as it can work on the server (as one of the processes), observing a specified directory on a hard disk which receives files from many scanners. Each newly-saved file is queued to be processed as quickly as possible.
Additionally, a filter can be defined, selecting precisely for further analysis only those files that fulfil the assumed criteria.
The application of MT technology makes the operation speed of the application increase for each processor or core, with a small charge of memory use.
The source code of the engine and the application has been written in languages C, C++. While implementing, well-tested libraries were used to support many collateral features, ensuring the compliance with high quality standards.
The application has DEP (Data Execution Prevention) active permanently - the memory protection against using the application as a potentially dangerous program. This prevents unauthorised interference into the operating system.