In order to ensure satisfactory performance from your Noah System, HIMSA recommends that your PC and network server (if applicable) should meet or exceed the following requirements.

IMPORTANT: The following requirements are for the Noah System software only. Your Noah fitting and measurement modules will most likely have higher requirements in order to run on your PC.
NOTE: HIMSA supports and recommends that the latest Windows Updates and Windows Service Packs should be applied.

NOTE: If you are a larger chain or shops or have special database storage needs (e.g. support for MS SQL server) please refer to our Noah Enterprise Support site.

System RAM2 GB (4 GB recommended)
Free hard drive space1 GB of free space for Noah (5 GB recommended),
1 GB of free space for EACH installed module,
4 GB of free space for the patient database
SSD DriveTo ensure satisfactory performance, we recommend the use of a 256 GB (or larger) Solid State Drive (SSD)
Operating SystemWindows 10 – does not support Windows 10 S, Windows 10 ARM based (ex. Surface Pro X), or mobile versions

For networked installations, you may also use a Windows Server OS for the Noah Server installation. Please see the HIMSA Platform Strategy document (under Related Links) for complete details.

IMPORTANT:HIMSA does not test modules on Enterprise versions of Windows as part of the certification process so we cannot guarantee that your modules will run on these systems.
Noah ModulesCheck our certified module list to ensure that the fitting and measurement modules you need are certified for the Windows operating system you are using.
Screen resolutionWide Screen Monitors (16:9 aspect ratio) = 1366×768
Full Screen Monitors (5:4 aspect ratio) = 1280×1024
BluetoothRequired for NOAHlink

Q: Can Noah be installed on a Apple computer with Windows OS installed?

A: HIMSA does not test Noah on Apple computers. However, as long as your computer meets the minimum specifications, above Noah should operate correctly.

Q: Why doesn’t HIMSA support Windows 7?

A: As a rule, HIMSA stops supporting a Windows operating system for Noah when Microsoft officially ends support and stops supplying security patches for the OS version.  Microsoft has ended Windows 7 support on January 14, 2020, so HIMSA support for Windows 7 has also ended at this time as well. For more information on HIMSA support for Windows, refer to the HIMSA platform strategy document.