(This page is updated often.)
Current Version is 1.08
Updated October 7, 2020
Minimal: 230 megabytes
Full: 337 megabytes
|1. Unzip and then run the installer.
Neither the installer nor the application are signed.
|2. You must enable Developer mode in Windows 10
|(Enabling Developer Mode)|
|3. Tested on Windows XP, Windows 7, Windows 10
(XP requires download of zip file here, unzip and manually
install, and create your own shortcuts.)
Minimal: 277 megabytes
Full: 453 megabytes
Tested on OSX 10.8.5, 10.9, Macintosh (General instructions)
|1. Go To System Preferences (Apple menu -> System Preferences)|
|2. Click the Lock Icon in the corner and enter password to unlock|
|3. On "Allow apps downloaded from:", click "anywhere"|
|4. Download the .dmg file, open it and drag the
CWP.app to the
Applications folder. (You can also drag it to your desktop.)
| Note: The instructions above allow
you to install and run CWP as an unsigned app.
You may now download apps and run them even if they are not signed by Apple.
| NOTE: One of
our users noted you may have to run a terminal application
(found in the Applications->Utilities folder) and type the following
command in order to see the “anywhere” radio button. That button is hidden
in certain versions of Macintosh OSX:
|sudo spctl —master-disable|
|Once you type that, you will be prompted for
your password. That
command changes the Preferences security panel to show the
"anywhere" radio button.
CWP install directions. (No formal installation program)
CWP is a 64 bit executable, tested on Ubuntu 14, LUbuntu 19, Ubuntu 16
Full: 453 megabytes
|1. Download the
CWP-x86_64.AppImage.zip (It is an
|2. Uncompress it. It should keep the
if not, then
chmod +x CWP-x86_64.AppImage
|3. Move it to where you want.
(I put it in the Desktop Directory.)
|4. Double click on it to execute.
|Note: AppImage icons have stopped being
and the appimaged daemon is now deprecated.
Released under GPL. Built using Qt. Source is available at Github: