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Cority’s RSIGuard is award-winning desktop ergonomic software that helps prevent and manage repetitive strain injuries (RSI) for computer users.
It includes tools to promote healthier computer use, reduce exposure, and identify ways you can lower your risk.
Around the globe, health and safety managers, ergonomists, health practitioners, and individual computer users rely on RSIGuard’s comprehensive set of tools.
Rest break reminders
Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, 2000, NT, ME, 98, 95. Macintosh OSX 10.4 or later. RedHat Linux RHEL4, 5, 6 or 7.
Minimum 486, or Pentium processor, or equivalent.
RSIGuard typically uses between 10-20MB of RAM, however the footprint may be lower (due to use of virtual memory) on computers with less installed memory. Consumption of memory resources is similar to WordPad or other small Windows utilities. As a result, minimum machine memory requirements are dictated by the installed version of Windows and other larger applications that are running, and not RSIGuard.
Typically below 1%. Windows Task Manager normally indicates 0% of the CPU is dedicated to RSIGuard except during breaks when video stretches are being displayed (at which point the computer is typically otherwise idle).
Installation of RSIGuard Stretch Edition/Call Center Edition v4.0 requires 25MB of disk space. Data stored by RSIGuard uses about 175KB per year per user (i.e., a negligible amount of space).
Registry Access Rights:
RSIGuard users must have access to HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftwareRSIGuard in the registry. This is the case in virtually all Windows environments for Standard or Admin users.
Folder Access Rights:
RSIGuard users need read/write access to the C:UsersPublicDocumentsRSIGuard folder (Windows 7 and later) or C:Documents and SettingsAll UsersDocumentsRSIGuard folder (Windows XP or earlier). This is the default configuration, as described at https://support.microsoft.com/windows. The non-standard configuration of read-only access can be accommodated by requiring an administrator to run RSIGuard the first time it runs. If your organization denies read access as well, registration, network access, OES communication, and some other functionality may not function correctly.
RSIGuard is compatible with all standard networks (e.g., Windows, Novell) and can be operated over a terminal-based system (e.g., Citrix, Windows Terminal Services).