Last version of quick time reader and installing it for windows

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What is the last version of quick time reader and how to install it for windows seven?

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Last version of quick time reader and installing it for windows

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The latest version of Quicktime Reader is the QuickTime 7 compatible for Windows XP, Windows Vista or Windows 7. You can download it with the Apple site (www.apple.com/quicktime/download/) for free. Simply click the Download Now button you can see in the site.

Once you have downloaded it, Quicktime updates you to its latest versions also to keep you updated with their latest Software's and information.

Make sure you have the Windows Minimum Requirements of a PC with a 1GHz Intel or AMD processor and at least a 512MB RAM.

Hope this had helped you.

Thank you!

Neil

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Last version of quick time reader and installing it for windows

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As of the moment, the latest version of QuickTime is QuickTime 7.7.3 and it supports Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later, Windows Vista, and Windows 7. It requires an Intel or AMD processor with at least 1 GHz speed and a minimum of 512 MB RAM. I’ve never used QuickTime before to play videos particularly 3GP videos and I shifted from one media player to the other just to find a nicer output.

But when I tried my luck on QuickTime, I learned that it delivers the best video output when playing mobile videos and other supported formats. The very first version I used is QuickTime 7.7.1. You can download the latest version, QuickTime 7.7.3 and other future releases, from Apple | Mac | QuickTime | Download QuickTime 7.

If you are a Mac Leopard user, the last available version applicable is QuickTime 7.7 for Leopard which you can download from Apple | Support | QuickTime 7.7 for Leopard. This Macintosh version supports Mac OS X 10.5 to 10.5.8 and is around 68.85 MB. To see the previous versions of QuickTime for Windows and Mac operating systems, you may visit Apple Support Downloads.

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