Updated April 15, 2021: We've added a video of our Getting Started with Windows Beta Webinar with Lauren Aldredge!
It’s our April Truth Day and we’re making a big, 100% real, no-alternative-facts announcement. (Let’s agree that this is the wrong year for April Fools’ Day jokes.)
You Windows folks have been patient, and thanks to you we have a much more stable and solid app for this open Beta period. It’s not final, but it’s getting there, and we need your help kicking the tires before we debut mmhmm for Windows to the world.
To those of you who have already been helping us test during closed Beta, your feedback has been instrumental in getting bugs fixed and the interface polished. We are so grateful, and we hope you love how far we’ve come together.
Here’s what’s new in Windows Beta 3:
Now you can import your presentations from PowerPoint, Keynote, and PDF files. The presentation gets converted into an mmhmm presentation, and you can add or remove slides right in mmhmm. Less window juggling means less work while you present.
If you’re like us, your organization has a diverse crowd with both Windows adherents and Mac enthusiasts (and maybe even a few switch-hitters). Now you can bring your team together with mmhmm Business. Windows and Mac accounts can be managed under a single admin account, so your whole team can look as polished and professional as your CEO. (Read more about it at Introducing mmhmm Business.)
We’ve added lots of finishing touches to improve the experience in Windows, from better presenter Frames to improved app performance and stability.
System requirements and preferences
OS: Microsoft Windows 10 (at least version 1511)
Processor: 64-bit Intel-based processor (32-bit and ARM based systems are not supported. This includes Surface Pro X devices).
- OpenGL >= 4.1
- .Net Framework 4.6.1
Dedicated Graphics Card
100MB of available storage
Watch our Windows beta Webinar
If you missed our Windows beta webinar, don't worry—you can watch it below.
Download mmhmm for Windows. Thanks again for helping us make mmhmm solid. The more feedback you give us, the better we can make mmhmm for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. Go Team Windows!
This blog post was originally published on April 1, 2021.