To install Sudoku Solver, please run Setup. You may save the Setup.exe program on your computer and run it from there, or just run it from the web. PLEASE NOTE: The Setup program is based off Microsoft's one-click installer. If running Setup does not seem to work, please first ensure that you are not running Setup from a Guest account. Then, if you are not using Internet Explorer, please try clicking on the Setup link from within Internet Explorer. If you are using Internet Explorer, are not using a Guest account (e.g. have a normal user or administrator account -- see below for information on how to check your account type) and see XML gibberish on the screen, see below for a possible fix. Sudoku Solver setup and the program itself are now signed with my website key; unless you have installed my root certificate, however, it will not show up as a trusted key.
The help file installed with Sudoku Solver contains the complete manual, but for a pritable version (and higher-quality graphics), download the XPS or PDF files. A change log appears at the end of the manual.
Possible IE-XML Fix
There are known problems with 1-click installs on IE v8 and later, on Vista (and later versions of Windows). If, instead of a Setup program you see a lot of XML in IE, here are some steps that might set things right again:
IE 9 will actively discourage you from running Setup. It will run a security scan and say something like: setup.exe is not commonly downloaded and could harm your computer. One of the buttons presented will be Actions. Press this and a dialog box will show up; if one of the choices isn't Run Anyway, click on More Options and then Run Anyway should appear. It's all rather interesting, considering that 1-click install packages are a Microsoft product.
How To Check Your Account Type
You will need to run the command line program WHOAMI: