1. Is the current version of Live (8.0.8) compatible with Windows 7?
Live 8.0.8 passed all our internal Windows 7 testing routines during the last weeks and there are currently no general known problems.
However, due to the many constellations of hard and software out there there's still a small chance for something misbehaving in certain setups and use cases.
Please send us a support request if you experience any difficulties and if stability is your main concern at the moment, you might still want to wait a few days or weeks to gather feedback regarding the compatibility of all other the related products you use in companion with Live. 2. Will Live 7 be compatible with Windows 7?
It is likely that Live 7 will also be compatible but we can't promise it yet as the internal testing is not finished yet.3. Is Live 8 a 64-bit application and how much memory can it address running on Windows 7?
Live is a 32-bit application and Live can make use of up to 4 GB of RAM regardless of which Windows 7 version you use.4. When will Live be released as a 64-bit application?
A 64-bit version of Live for Windows and Mac OS X is planned, but there's no release date announced so far.5. Does Ableton recommend upgrading to Windows 7?
If your main concern is stability, we don't recommend upgrading to Windows 7 until compatibility for Live and all of your third-party software and hardware products has been assured by the responsible companies.
6. What can I do if I encounter problems with Windows 7?
If you plan to try Windows 7 to see how it works for you and encounter any problems with Live, we are happy to get bug reports!
To report issues, just follow the usual support request guide:http://www.ableton.com/pages/support/co ... al_support