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This section will assist you with the installation of the Dial Up Accelerator.

Detailed Installation Instructions



The minimum system requirements for Windows machines are a Pentium 200MHz with 64MB RAM,and at least 5MB of hard-drive space. Dial Up Accelerator is supported on the following Windows Operating Systems: Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows Millennium Edition (Windows ME), Windows NT 4.0 Service Pack 6, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. It works with Internet Explorer 5.0 as well as Netscape 6.0 or any later releases of both browsers.

On a Macintosh computer, a PowerPC G3 processor with OS X 10.2 (or later) with 333Mhz and 128MB RAM and 6MB of hard drive space as well as the Safari browser are the minimum requirements.

1. Download.





Select the download icon below when you are ready to install the Dial Up Accelerator application. Make sure to read all the documentation thoroughly before continuing with the download process.


Click here to download now!


Mac Users can download http://www.qconline.com/qco/support/qcoaccel-mac.dmg

2. Install.



  1. After downloading the file, you will need to double click on the .EXE file that you saved. Once done, a window should appear containing the installer application.





  2. After downloading the file to your machine (or unzipping the file), now double click the new icon to start the installation process. The installer will guide you through the complete setup process.



3. Connect.



  1. As this is your first time launching the product, you will be prompted for a username and password. Enter the username and password provided to you by in the fields provided.





  2. Click OK. Dial Up Accelerator will connect to QCO.



  3. After installing Dial Up Accelerator, an icon as shown below is placed in your system tray. Acceleration will take place immediately after any web browser launches.

4. Browse the Web.



  1. Browse the web as you normally would.



  2. When finished, simply close your web browser, as you normally would, and Dial Up Accelerator will remain idle in your system tray.



  3. If you want to stop the application after browsing, select Stop from the pop-up menu. If you desire to exit the application completely, click Exit from the pop-up menu. The pop-up menu can be accessed by clicking on the icon located in the system tray.

5. Further Assistance.



  1. If you experience technical problems downloading, installing or running Dial Up Accelerator, consult the Troubleshooting section for further assistance.



  2. Still having trouble? Feel free to contact us for product setup or feedback.





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