Except if you've been living disconnected from the internet for a while (in which case you will most certainly not read this message neither), you are well aware that Microsoft made available Windows 10 this week. Not only that, but it's a free update for most (legal) Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 users.

We've been working closely with Microsoft over the last 6-12 months to make sure that the current versions of all Corel products are compatible with the new operating system. We've tested CorelDRAW Graphics Suite X7.5 and CorelDRAW Technical Suite X7.1 (e.g. with the latest updates installed) and have not found any specific problem using CorelDRAW on a Windows 10 computer. With the next updates to both Graphics Suite and Technical Suite scheduled to come out in the next few months, we plan to go through the official certification process. 

If you encounter any Windows 10 specific issue using the latest versions of CorelDRAW, please let us know in the forums or as a comment on this blog, so that we can investigate the source of the problem.

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  • Hello Gerard,

    I have re-installed my copy of  Corel Photo-Paint 11 on my new computer with Windows 10. Everything seems to work fine, except the Clone Tool. When I click on it to use it, the clone cursor never positions where I want to, thus making it impossible to clone precise areas in my photos. Have you heard about this issue before? Any way it can be resolved on my side?

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