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2013 requirements for home and business turbo tax

When I tried to load 2013 home and biz turbo tax on my laptop, I do not meet system requirements. 
What are the system requirements?  When I downloaded the details, I am unable to access the file.
    See the following TurboTax article for system requirements for TurboTax on a Windows based computer -

    If you are receiving an error that your system doesn't meet the minimum requirement, see the following TurboTax article for assistance -
      Here's TurboTax's published requirements:

      Minimum requirements for your computer
      Windows® CD/Download Products

      Below are the minimum requirements for TurboTax 2013 software installed on a Windows computer. The 2013 versions are Basic, Deluxe, Premier, Home & Business, and Business.

      • 1 GHz 32-bit (x86) or faster processor
      • 1024�768 or higher recommended
      Operating Systems
      • Windows XP (32-bit) Home/Pro with Service Pack 3 or higher
      • Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit) Home Basic/Home Premium/Business/Ultimate
      • Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
      • Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
      • Administrative rights required to install TurboTax
      • 1 GB or more recommended
      Hard Disk Space
      • Federal Products: 500 MB for TurboTax (plus up to 1.5 GB for Microsoft .NET 4 client if not already installed)
      • State Products: 15 MB
      • Federal plus State Product: 515 MB for TurboTax (plus up to 1.5 GB for Microsoft .NET 4 client if not already installed)
      Third Party Software
      • Microsoft .NET 4 (included with TurboTax Installer)
      • Adobe Reader 8 or higher
      Internet Connection
      • 56 Kbps (Broadband connection recommended)
      • Any Windows-compatible inkjet or laser printer
      Mac CD/Download Products

      Below are the minimum requirements for TurboTax 2013 software installed on a Mac computer. The TurboTax 2013 versions are Basic, Deluxe, Premier, and Home & Business. TurboTax Business is not available for the Mac.

      • Multi core Intel Processor with 64-bit Support
      • 1024�768 screen resolution or higher
      Operating System
      • Mac OS X v10.6.8 or later
      • Mac OS X v10.7.5 or later
      • 1 GB of memory
      Hard Disk Space
      • Federal Products: 330 MB
      • State Products: 30 MB
      • Federal plus State Products: 360 MB
      Internet Connection
      • 56 Kbps modem (Broadband connection recommended)
      • Any Macintosh-compatible inkjet or laser printer

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