|ChessGenius Classic for Desktop PC's|
System Requirements: Which devices will ChessGenius Classic run on?
It runs on all PC's with Windows 98, NT, ME, 2000 and XP. It runs on 32 bit versions of Windows Vista and Windows 7. It will not run on any 64 bit versions of Windows.Please explain in detail how to install ChessGenius.
1) Download the file "ChessGenius_PC.exe" to your desktop computer.
Updates are free for registered users.I have bought ChessGenius Classic, what happens if I upgrade or replace PC. Will I need a new License? Is there a charge?
The License Key system is designed to prevent wholesale copying of the program, not to make life difficult
Send an email to email@example.com. The most common reason for delay is that we are unable to contact you due to a miss-spelling or typing error in the email address that was quoted on your order.How do I castle with ChessGenius?
To castle move your king two squares to the right or left. If castling is legal Chess Genius will accept
the move and move your rook.
This is probably an en passant capture. To find out more see the next question.How can I find out about the rules of chess?
For an excellent tutorial see the learn section at www.chesscorner.comHow can I transfer a game between different Chess playing programs?
ChessGenius reads and writes standard PGN files. These can be read by almost all chess programs.ChessGenius saves/loads games in PGN format. What is PGN?
PGN is "Portable Game Notation", a standard representation of chess game data in ASCII text files. It is
used by most Chess software. For full details see: http://www.chessclub.com/help/PGN-spec. Here is a sample game:
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