My judgments of the program to date.
Most of the links at Microsoft to fix the video issue were taken down by Microsoft, but I did find one with a whole package of Universal C vid dll's and the program booted.
I run this program on an old eMachine which I found in the dump. I have not installed it on my Dell Workstations, I have three of them. I installed it on a machine comparable with low income families. It looked like it was in new condition and sat along with its monitor. I picked them both up and waked them home. The monitor was dead and ended up back in the trash. The Machine was testd with Windows 7, 8.1 and 10, it ran all three. So, In had the setup program wipe it and install the original set up. Then I took that SATA drive out and bagged it and put it in the bottom of the machine.
I installed a RocketRaid and took out all the SATA drives and purt in two IDE drives as I have a surpluse of those and my work will be on Raid drives.
I set this program up and am comparing its ability to render the sound of a midi file against Winamp, VirtualMidiSyth, and Finale 14, all of which sound very much alike using Musng.sf2 and Merlin GM Vienna 2.72.sf2
Still, after years of work, MuseScore still makes mud out of a midi when playing. Up to the sound, this program is tops, but really? Where is the sound? How is it that it uses more cpu and is slower than Finale?
How is it, that people with lower incomes cannot count on a free program to learn music on, from those making that claim?
I too post free educational material. Internet Archive, Phil8659 or johnclark8659, see my work on language and grammar, Universal Language.
It is a very good editor, and a very bad player. There is nothing wrong with programming on Workstations, but you better be beta testing on a home computer.