Net Framework in minimum 4.7.2.
In our lab Wizlink was tested on old PC, manufactured in previous century (HP Kayak XU, 550MHz/512 MB RAM, Windows XP). It used to run Wizlink Runtime without degrading applications performance, although Wizlink Designer needs more powerful hardware (dual core 2GHz & 2GB RAM is enough).
There is no installation for Wizlink Designer and Runtime. All You need is to unzip Wizlink and You can start creating you robots.
Basically Wizlink needs the same permissions as user who does the same job.
Wizlink can robotize MS Windows apps, web applications, Citrix remote apps, IBM mainframe, UNIX servers, IBM i-series (AS/400) and MS-DOS.
Programming skills are not required to design a Wizlink workflow. We have named this role “Wizlink Robot Trainer”. The prerequisites are: good knowledge of Client applications screens, understanding the business processes and computer literacy sufficient to use Excel. Creating Wizlink workflow does not include typing commands. There is a flowchart-oriented graphical editor based on drag-and-drop approach complemented with point-and-click. The only thing which has to be typed are expressions, similar to that entered into Excel cells. From our experience two days of training is enough, if after followed by self practicing.
MS Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox (up to ver. 46), Google Chrome. This allows to connect web applications and fat client applications. Our software maintenance process provides compatibility with a few recent versions.