McAfee & Avast Users - Important Note
If you receive a sharing violation while trying to install Readerware, please turn off McAfee Antivirus real time scanning during the install. Recently Avast users have reported the same problem. Please disable Avast during the install.
We recommend the Windows Web Installer. This small program will check your system and download and install the appropriate version of Readerware. You will need an active internet connection when running the Windows Web Installer. If you will be installing on a machine that is not connected to the internet, choose one of the standalone installers instead.
Both 32 bit and 64 bit versions are available. If you are not sure which version of Windows you have, choose the 32 bit installer.
If you are having trouble downloading Readerware, How to Download offers easy to follow step by step instructions.
To install Readerware or upgrade your current installation, just double-click on the downloaded file and follow the on screen instructions. When upgrading there is no need to uninstall first, just install over your current installation. This will upgrade the Readerware programs but will not touch your database.
Install Options - You should select the standard installation option. If you notice screen painting issues in Readerware, rerun the install and choose the option to disable graphics acceleration. Painting issues are normally caused by problems in your video driver.
After downloading, please check out the Readerware Newsletter. You can sign up for a free newsletter subscription, it will keep you informed about new Readerware releases and features.
Need help getting started with Readerware? Check out the Readerware Tutorials.
Thank you for downloading Readerware for Windows. Full support is always available.
The minimum system requirements will depend on which version of Windows you are running. At least 90 MB of free disk space is required.
For best results a screen resolution of at least 800 by 600 and more than 256 colors is recommended. As usual more memory equals better performance.