An amazing facelift providing user friendliness, visually more attractive, using uniform backgrounds, reorganized and same size buttons, categorizing by color use background and much more!
Automatic device recognition: the program automatically recognizes the device connected, no need to set the communication port, you can plug and unplug the device during the session without having to close the main program!
Multi-layered Smart Report function, offering the Client and Therapist valuable and compliant information!
Live language switcher: change from English to another language WHILE running your session!
The Omnis software is installed in a completely different location as Eductor64 and hence there is no need to uninstall the Eductor64 software.
Please take note that this is a large install (approximately 15GB) and a good internet connection would be required to download and install the Omnis software.
Prior to installation, make sure that you have the latest drivers installed for your device.
Please make sure that you are running the latest version of Windows 10.
Intel® Core™ i5, i7, i9, At least from the 6th Generation. The first digit after the i5/i7/i9 always marks the generation. AMD and other processors are not recommended.
Minimum: 8 GB Recommended: 16 GB or above
Video Card (GPU):
Minimum: Intel HD Graphics 530
Using a non-integrated video card is not required.
At least 40 GB of available space.
Preferably at least 120 GB available space.
RAID and SCSI is not supported.
Resolution / Display:
Minimum: 1280*1024 (HD Display)
Recommended: 3840*2160 (4K/Ultra HD Display)
Operating System (OS):
Microsoft Windows 10
“OMNIS really deepens the insight we gain during our sessions, it certainly an improvement over EDUCTOR64”
“What I particularly like about OMNIS is the way it incorporates all these complex modules.”
“Easy to use, hard to master. Thankfully the folks at QX and the tremendous amount of education material helps me to keep up with the new features.”
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