Downloading the installer
These instructions apply to Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 7. The steps might vary slightly depending on the version of Windows and the version of Internet Explorer you are using.
To install Lingofy, you must be connected to the Internet.
Important note: During the beta period, it is possible that Chrome will flag Lingofy as “not commonly downloaded.” If this happens, you will see the following message in your browser tray:
Click Actions to continue. You’ll see the following prompt:
Click More Options to reveal the “Run Anyway” option.
Click Run anyway. Depending on your settings, you might be prompted one more time by Windows User Account Control:
Click Yes. The installer will then launch.
After you click Yes in the User Account Control window, follow the prompts through the installation process as shown:
After clicking Next, be sure to read and agree to the Terms of Service. Click the check box next to “I Agree” and then click Next to continue:
You may then choose which browser(s) in which to install Lingofy:
Check all that apply to you. Click Next. You will then be connected to the installation server, and the installation process will begin.
Click Next when prompted:
If Internet Explorer is running, you will be prompted to close it:
If you chose to install in other browsers and those browsers are running, you will be prompted to close those browsers at the approrpiate points in the installation process.
When you click Finish, Internet Explorer will relaunch.
To complete the installation, enable the Lingofy Extension in Internet Explorer.
Enabling the extension
A prompt will appear at the bottom of the browser:
Click Enable. Then relaunch Internet Explorer. You will not be prompted to do so.
When Internet Explorer is relaunched, you’ll get one last prompt:
Click the check box next to “Do not show me the warning for this program again,” and click Allow.
You’ll find the Lingofy menu in the IE toolbar.
Click on it to run Lingofy.
For more details, go to the Lingofy Start page.