The Cambridge Reader Windows desktop app is now here!
Download the brand new Windows Cambridge Reader desktop app today.
The brand new desktop app allows you to download and utilise your Cambridge Elevate and Digital Classroom books and resources offline.
To install the app you'll need:
Microsoft Windows 7 or 10, 64-bit processor versions
Once you've downloaded the app, follow the on-screen instructions to complete the installation.
We are working on an Apple version and will notify users when this is available.
How do I install the software on my computer?
To install the Cambridge Reader desktop app you may need administrator access, depending on how your device has been set up you may or may not have these. If the installation is being blocked, contact your institution's IT department as they should be able to help you. If they cannot resolve the issue, please contact our Customer Services team for more help.
The Cambridge Reader cannot be installed across a network, each computer needs to install the application individually.
For general help installing Cambridge Reader please see our help video and guide.
Why is my download being blocked?
Your institution may not have added Cambridge University Press to their safe list of software providers and may block the download. If this happens, contact your institution's IT department as they should be able to help you. If they cannot resolve the issue, please contact our Customer Services team for more help.
Why can't I log into the Cambridge Reader?
How do I find out if I have a 32-bit or 64-bit version of the Windows app?
Windows 7: Click Start, then click Control Panel. Click System and Maintenance and then click System.
Windows 10: Click Start, then click Settings followed by About.
Is there a 32-bit of the Windows reader?
We currently only offer a 64-bit version, if you require a 32-bit version please let our Customer Services team know. If we get lots of queries about this then we may develop this version in the future.
How much space does the Cambridge Reader Windows app use?
The application requires at least 188.3 MB of free space to install. However additional space is also required to download titles and additional media content such as videos.
The size can also be found during the installation process.
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