Yes, very slow startup, crashes, etc. It’s bad enough on a Mac at times but much worse on a pc. For such a major program, one, they need to be in 64bit mode.
I don’t think they have the experience of programming properly in the windows os. They are used to programming on a Mac, which does things so much differently with very minimum hardware specs, which causes issues with propresenter on Mac also.
It doesn’t appear to be designed in windows to take advantage of the more advanced hardware, which is so readily available. They need to get out of the Mac mode they seem to be stuck in and seem to love and realize what their customers needs are. Having to spend a small fortune on such outdated hardware as a Mac, in order for it to run smoothly, and charge the price they charge for the program, well, lacks professionalism.
They need advanced windows programmers. As a retired systems analyst and programmer, I can see their lack of skill when it comes to the windows platform. They are doing a great disservice to the customers, which is sad really as conceptuall, it’s a nice design and layout. It just lacks proper implementation and care for the customers, unless they are Mac users.
The reality of the world is, the PC environment is much richer, with much better hardware, at a fraction of the cost. Churches are forced to keep running on very outdated hardware on Mac computers, due to budgets, just to get propresenter to run half way properly.
Whatever their problem is, which appears to be lack of skill in the windows environment, they need to address it. They are falling behind and there will be that program that comes along and makes them obsolete.