To begin your installation, locate the setup file and double-click it. If you’re not sure where to find the file and you downloaded it, look on your Desktop or in your Downloads folder (usually at C:\Users\[username]\Downloads). Look for a file called “QuikBox FileCenter Setup_.exe”, where the underscore “_” will be a version number. Once the installation starts, click through the screens, paying special attention to these:
All Users vs. Current User vs. Unique Profiles
Most users, unless they share their computer with someone else, should select All Users. You would only select Current User if you share your computer with another person and you are the only one who will use FileCenter. If you share a computer and you want each user to have their own settings, or if you are a network admin installing FileCenter on a Terminal Server, select All Users with Unique Profiles (which uses Windows roaming profiles).
Important: This only affects program preferences; it has nothing to do with sharing files. Also, it only applies to the machine you’re installing on. If your machine is on a network, this setting does not affect other users on the network.
If you already bought FileCenter, your place of purchase will have given you a Product Key. Enter it now. If you’re doing a free trial of FileCenter, click Install as a 15-Day Trial.
You can optionally install the following additional features (omitting them won’t affect
FileCenter). Note that you might not see some of these options, depending on your computer’s configuration.
Install PDF Printer. You use a PDF printer to “print” documents, web pages, email messages, etc. to PDF files. It’s an easy way to archive documents or save things that don’t normally lend themselves to being saved – like web pages.