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Maple for Windows

Step-by-Step

Maple is network licensed and requires a connection to Dartmouth's license manager each time you run Maple.

  1. Click here to download Maple for Windows 32-bit, or click here to download Maple for Windows 64-bit.
  2. You will prompted by the Dartmouth Web Authentication page for your NetID and password to authenticate for access to the download.
  3. Save the Maple installer (packaged in a .zip archive) to your local computer.
  4. Once the download to your computer is complete, right-click the Maple.zip file and click Extract All... from the contextual menu and click the Extract button. By default the extraction will be placed in the same location as the .zip download (i.e. Desktop, Downloads folder, etc).
  5. Once the extraction is complete, open the Maple for Windows folder (folder name may include the version number for Maple), and double-click the README_Install file. In this file you will find instructions for installing and configuring Maple for Windows.
  6. Double-click the Maple Windows Installer (files name may include the version of Maple). Click Yes to allow the program to make changes to the computer and begin the installation.
  7. Follow the instructions from the README_Install file to complete the Maple installation.
  8. When the installation has finished, you may be notified that your computer needs to be restarted to complete the installation. If prompted, select Yes to restart your computer, then click Done.

Details

Maple is a program for teaching mathematics.

  • Version: 18
  • File Names: Maple18-for-Windows.zip (32-bit) , or Maple18-for-Windows64.zip (64-bit)
  • File Size: 644 MB
  • File Date: July 17, 2014
  • System Requirements: Windows 7 or 8

If you have questions or problems, contact [email protected].

Topic: 
Computer and Device Services
Subtopic: 
Desktops and Laptops
Last updated: 
Monday, August 15, 2016

If you have questions or need further information, contact your department's IT support office, or contact the IT Service Desk via email at [email protected], via phone at 603-646-2999 or walk in to see them in Baker/Berry 178J.

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