Our school has 40 Easy sense Data Harvest portable computers + STEM sensors for them. All were procured in year 2010. We also have old 40 pcs HP620 notebooks from year 2010 with Celeron processors and 2Gb of RAM, which run ultra-slow under Windows 10. This made working with EasySense software unbearable (link to software it - Data Harvest | EasySense2 App - Learn more).
I tried to install a lightweight Zorin OS Lite and run EasySense via Windows emulator, both Wine and PlayOnLinux, and it seems the software launches, but there is no visible window. I have filmed a 9:50 minute video on my smartphone of what happens. Sorry for video shakiness and 3D printer working in the background in advance.
I see that EasySense Data Harvest does not produce software for Linux as it is not mentioned on their website page. Could you please address the issue or at least point if that is software issue or operating system? There is no way our school buys 40 new notebooks. There is simply no budget for it. Thanks for understanding.