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Download Evaluation Version

The evaluation version of WinChem 2009 is a full working version that you can install and try out yourself on your computer.  The only limitation is that you may enter a maximum of  25 chemical applications.  When you purchase WinChem 2009 we provide you with an access code that will allow you to enter your company name and remove the 25 application limitation.

All documentation is provided in the on-line help files.

Download/Installation Instructions

Click here to begin downloading the installation file. 
File size:  25Mb  

Download Tips

If your browser does not automatically start saving the file, or ask you where you want to save it, you may need to right click on the above link and select the "Save Link As..." option.

The filename is SETUP.EXE.  Remember where you save this file, because you'll need to run it once you have downloaded it.  For example, if you download it to your C: drive, you need to click on Start, select Run..., and type in "C:\SETUP.EXE".

One easy way to do it is to download the file to your Desktop.  When the file is done downloading, you will see an icon appear on the Windows desktop, and you can simply double click on the icon to begin the installation.  When the installation is done, you can right-click on the icon and select "Delete" to remove it.

Different versions of Windows will have different methods of selecting the Desktop.  Usually, when the Save File dialog window comes up, you can click on the "Save in:" drop-down list at the top and select Desktop at the top of the list.  In Windows 2000/XP, you can also click on the Desktop icon on the left hand side, as shown below:


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