Oxygen XML Editor v20.1
Product Name: Iperius Backup
License Variations: Enterprise
Home Page: Link
OS: Windows 7|8|10| 64 Bit
Key Usage: For 3 PCs
Update / Upgrades: No
Tech Support: No
Delivery: Instant (Unique license key, download link, and instructions)
Oxygen XML Editor is a Java-based XML editor that supports XML, XSL, TXT, XSD, DTD documents, and can self-check XML, XSL, XSD code, and prompt script errors.
Oxygen XML Editor is a compact and feature-rich software that combines XML viewing and editing. Because it provides complete coverage of XML editing features, the application of the software is very popular both in the corporate world and in academia. It works in XML Schemas/DTDs/Relax NG schemas and NRL Schemas. Powerful conversion support allows you to not only edit XSLT and XSL-FO documents, but also convert them to files you want, such as HTML/PS/PDF. .
Oxygen XML Editor 20.1 is the complete XML editing solution, both for XML developers and content authors. It provides must have tools for XML editing, covering most XML standards and technologies. Oxygen XML Editor includes all the features of Oxygen XML Developer and Author.
Notes Windows 64-bit:
You may encounter difficulties using some third-party database drivers/plugins with native libraries that do not support the 64-bit architecture. If you do, you should install and use the Windows 32-bit kit of Oxygen.
The 64-bit edition of Oxygen has a slightly larger memory footprint than the 32-bit edition due to the nature of the 64-bit architecture and JVM. Only use the 64-bit edition if you have plenty of RAM, work with very large files and need the ability to use the extra memory.
Requirements Windows 64-bit:
Minimum hardware configuration is Intel/AMD 64-bit CPU with 2GB of RAM (4GB or more recommended) and 400 MB free disk space.
The Windows 64-bit kit of Oxygen can only be installed and run on 64-bit Windows operating systems.
The supported operating systems are: Windows Vista 64-bit, Windows 7 64-bit, Windows 8 64-bit, Windows 8.1 64-bit, Windows 10 64-bit, and their corresponding server counterparts.