Download an appropriate version of Scrite for your PC.
NOTE: If you are upgrading from an older version, please manually uninstall the previous version before installing the new one.
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- Does Scrite freeze or crash a lot on your Windows PC?
Note: This is a beta release. A software is released for public beta primarily to seek feedback from the public. Scrite has undergone reasonably extensive testing internally in alpha stage, but it could still have known or unknown bugs. Please read more about what a beta release means here (https://techterms.com/definition/beta_software). If you wish to have a more stable and complete version, we recommend you to wait until we have a 1.0 release. But if you are one of the early adopters who wants to check out Scrite, please feel free to download and please provide feedback.
If you are a Windows 10 user, launch the Settings App. Search for About Your PC in the settings app and look at the System Type field to know which version of Scrite to download.
- Download an appropriate version of Scrite for your PC from the links above.
- Depending on the browser using which you are downloading, you may see a warning like the one shown here.
Our Windows installers are signed using an OV certificate. When significant number of users download and use the app, this warning disappear. For the moment, you may choose to click on the ‘keep’ option and confirm your intent to save the file. Or you may want to wait until your browser no longer shows these warnings.
Once downloaded, double click on the installer file to install Scrite.
When you try to install the downloaded file, you may see a warning from Microsoft SmartScreen Filter. You can click on “More Info” to verify that the downloaded installer is explicitly signed by us. Sertigo, a Web Security Platform Company has verified, validated us and issued a certificate to us.