Roblox is a unique multi-genre gaming platform designed for users to create their own games or play games created by other users. It is popular among teenagers and is only growing in popularity as new features are constantly being added. It has now become one of the fastest-growing social networks in which users engage and collaborate across different games. Roblox game developers can monetize games built on the platform. It is increasingly used by progressive marketers to create value for the communities they serve. In this article, we will focus on the system requirements for Roblox.
What Are the Computer Hardware & Operating System Requirements for Roblox?
Roblox is a game with relatively low system requirements. Here is a gist of the configurations required on a Windows machine for Roblox.
Roblox can run on Windows 10, Windows 7, or Windows 8.1/8. However, it will have to be run in the Desktop Mode on Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 as the Metro Mode is not supported. Although it can run on a 1.6 GHz Processor and 1 GB RAM, it is recommended to use a processor similar to Intel Core i3 6300 Dual Core 3.8 GHz along with 4 GB memory.
It requires a DirectX 10 GPU that supports Shader Model 2.0 and 1 GB vRAM. However, a GPU similar to GeForce GTX 660 and 2 GB vRAM is recommended. Roblox only requires only 20 MB storage, it is recommended to have at least 2 GB free storage.
How to Use Roblox Private Server?
With Roblox private servers, users have a virtual space to play and stay in touch with one another. Game developers can enable private servers for their games, and users can purchase private servers to enjoy games with their friends. The game developers can set the prices. Users can create private servers from the Server tab on the game’s details page. The private server subscriptions are renewed every month. Subscribers can modify their servers from the purchase notification window or by selecting Configure from the Menu option. It is possible to rename servers, allow or remove players, and manage the subscriptions.
Additionally, a private server allows users to run a Roblox Studio game over LAN. This is a more secure option and requires fewer changes to the network configuration. Additionally, it is more efficient and is less likely to run into issues such as lags due to high ping or resource paucity.
Apps4Rent Can Help with Roblox Hosting
Although Roblox can be accessed on virtually any device, there are specific cases that require a sandboxing environment. One such example is the use of Roblox Studio for games for children which might require exclusive access for educational purposes. Since Roblox requires an account to play and using guest access is not possible, access control measures have to be implemented.
Apps4Rent can provide secure virtual desktops for SSAE 16 datacenters for hosting Roblox. Additionally, as a Microsoft Gold Partner, we can host applications such as Roblox and Minecraft on Windows 365 Cloud PC or Azure Virtual Machines for secure access. Contact Apps4Rent virtualization solution consultants, available 24/7 via phone, chat, and email for assistance.