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Old Version of Google Earth 18.104.22.16844 (Beta)
Legacy OS support
- Windows XP
- Windows XP x64
- Windows Vista
- Windows Vista x64
- Windows 7
- Windows 7 x64
- Windows 8
- Windows 8 x64
- Operating System: Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7
- CPU: Pentium 3, 500Mhz
- System Memory (RAM): 512MB
- Hard Disk: 500MB free space
- Network Speed: 128 Kbits/sec
- Graphics Card: DirectX9 and 3D capable with 64MB of VRAM
- Screen: 1024x768, "16-bit High Color" - DirectX 9 (to run in Direct X mode)
- Mail: Outlook 2007+ is required for email functionality
- Operating System: Windows XP or Windows 7
- CPU: Pentium 4 2.4GHz+ or AMD 2400xp+
- System Memory (RAM): 1GB+
- Hard Disk: 2GB+ free space
- Network Speed: 768 Kbits/sec
- Graphics Card: DirectX9 and 3D capable with 256MB of VRAM
- Screen: 1280x1024, "32-bit True Color"
- Support for 3D imagery data: 3D data provides a comprehensive representation of metropolitan environments around the world. 3D imagery is currently available in the these areas.
Google Earth is a virtual globe program that was originally called Earth Viewer and was created by Keyhole, Inc. It maps the earth by the superimposition of images obtained from satellite imagery, aerial photography and GIS over a 3D globe.
From popular destinations like Maui and Paris to local restaurants and schools, Google Earth puts a wealth of Earth imagery and other geographic information right on your desktop. See satellite images of your childhood home or read articles from Wikipedia. Google Earth is free for personal use. No registration is required.
Google Earth Features
- Fly to your house. Just type in an address, press Search, and you’ll zoom right in.
- Search for schools, parks, restaurants, and hotels. Get driving directions.
- Tilt and rotate the view to see 3D terrain and buildings.
- Save and share your searches and favorites.
Updates : Google Earth Updates
Did You Know?
Google Earth can be used to view areas subjected to widespread disasters if Google supplies up-to-date images. For example after the 12 January 2010 Haiti earthquake images of Haiti were made available on the 17th of the same month.