AODocs supports the following operating systems and browsers.
Note: AODocs always requires a connection to the Internet, it does not support offline mode.
Chrome on supported Windows / MacOS versions (two last major versions)
For more information about the Chrome release, please refer to Chrome release calendar.
|Firefox on supported Windows / MacOS versions (two last major versions)|
|Safari on latest MacOS (latest version only)|
|Edge on Windows 10 (latest version only)|
Computer operating systems
- All versions of Windows XP
- All versions of Windows Vista
- All versions of Windows 7
- All versions of Windows 8
- Windows 10
Mac OS X
- Mac OS X 10.6 or later
Note: Support for Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7 and 10.8 will end soon. Indeed these platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft, Apple and Google Chrome.
AODocs requires G Suite Basic, Business or Enterprise, G Suite for Education or G Suite for Government.
AODocs strongly recommends to select the release track: Scheduled release.
Learn more here: https://support.google.com/a/answer/172177?hl=en
You can access to AODocs libraries from Google Drive with all the browsers listed previously. But in order to use AODocs features in Google Drive, you need to use Google Chrome browser and install the extension AODocs Smartbar. Learn more here: Install the AODocs Smartbar
The latest version of the AODocs Smartbar requires Google Chrome version 53 or higher. We support 5 Chrome versions from the actual stable one to the actual stable one minus 4 versions.
The AODocs Smartbar is not compatible with the Chrome App mode.
Discovery tour of the features of the AODocs Smartbar
Access to Microsoft Office documents stored by AODocs
In order to edit Microsoft Office documents, you have to install the WebDAV client.
Learn more here: Install the AODocs WebDAV client
The WebDAV works with the following Microsoft Office versions:
- Windows 2007, 2010, 2013 & 2016
- Mac 2011 & 2016
Since the release 4.1, the Smartbar uses Office URI schemes which means the AODocs Wedbav client is no more necessary for MacOS users (Office URI schemes are automatically registered when Office is installed).
If a MacOS user has issues to edit their files, they can launch the standard Microsoft Office repair tool, which should register the URI scheme.