If yes, I’m guessing this is very old news and I’ve been out of the loop too long!
Well… here is the official list… so it will be a crap shoot.
But… I can tell you that my CB LE4 works on Win 10.
I would be more concerned about if your old audio interface will work with Win 10. Check that Mfg’s website and see if they have a driver for you.
It will load in Windows 10, but there could be a few issues that didn’t exist in your previous system.
I strongly recommend you to upgrade to Cubase Elements 9.5, which fully supports Windows 10 and adds a ton of new stuff, along with many workflow and usability improvements for just 49 bucks.
Please remember to register your Cubase LE to your MySteinberg account before switching to a new system. You’ll then be able to use it by just reactivating the license:
My interface is a Zoom R16 and no problem with Win 10 drivers.
Cubase seems to work OK but I’ve only had a very brief play.
The reason I’d asked is that I had recently bought a laptop from my boss. It had been playing up and I figured I could fix it. It’s far more powerful (and much quieter) than the old machine Cubase is currently running on. I had tried a fresh install of Windows 7 with the OEM disc, but kept running into troubles with Win7 SP1 update and other updates failing.
Anyway, in the end, I’ve started afresh with Win 10, and so far - so good, but I’ve done very little so far with Cubase as I have to find my plug-ins… Anyone who can tell me what I’ve done with them would be a genius!
What kind of problems do you imagine Windows 10 might cause? If Elements 9.5 can open my previous projects and has other pluses, I’d certainly consider it.