Three Actions to Take
In order to enjoy the Player Program, you need
to take three actions:
If you are familiar with this procedure, please go to the
download page. If you're
not familiar with downloading, unzipping, and the setup program,
please read this page, or print it for you convenience.
- Download the zipped file
- Unzip the downloaded file
- Execute / start the Setup.exe file
1. Downloading the file
Downloading the program is a simple process.
Right-click on the link below and choose, from the
'popup-menu', the option Save Link As or Save Target As.
A small window is created, asking you for a place to put the file.
Navigate (see your Windows' documentation) to any location you are
able to find again. For example My Documents. After selecting
the location and clicking the OK button, it's time to relax: wait
until the download is completed before moving to step 2. In the meantime,
please read the rest of the manual.
2. Unzipping the file
Unzipping the file you've just downloaded is a little tricky if
you have a version of Windows before XP. If you have XP or Vista, you simply click
on the downloaded program with the right mouse button en choose 'Extract'.
Then continue to step 3.
If you don't have XP or Vista, you need to have a Zip program (which can unzip).
Most people have this in the form
of WinZip, free for non-commercial
use. I prefer ARJfolder,
which is not a separate program, but simply adds functionality to Windows Explorer.
If you don't have a Zip program, please follow one of the links I just mentioned
and download and install the program.
Having successfully installed a Zip program, please follow the
instructions of that program to extract everything from the downloaded
ExpWW2 file. Extract it to any location you are able to find using the Explorer.
3. Starting Setup
Starting Setup.exe (double-click on it) will show you the
well-known InstallShield® look-and-feel. Simply follow the instructions
by clicking on the Next buttons. After the installation, you will find a
folder called 'PlayProg' in your Start Menu, Program Files section.