Download Social Video Downloader Zip
Try before you buySocial Video Downloader is distributed as shareware, also known as TBYB (Try Before You Buy) software. You can freely download and install our software on your computer for evaluation purposes. This method allows you to try our products before you purchase them.
Download social video downloader zip
To download a ZIP file, click on a link to it; this will prompt your browswer to ask you if you would like to open or save the file. Select Save. The IE, Safari, and Opera Web browsers will bring up a second dialog box asking you where on your computer you would like to save the file. Choose a convenient location (your desktop is usually good option). The Firefox Web browser will save the file to a default location (usually your desktop). Initiate the download by clicking on Save (IE, Safari, and Opera) or OK (Firefox).
After the download is complete, navigate to the ZIP file on your computer. You should be able to right-click or (if you are using Mac OS X) control-click on the file. At least one of the following options should appear in the menu: Extract, Extract All, Unzip. (Note: If none of those options appears, you may have to download a program that can process ZIP files; many free ones exist.) Select one of the options in the menu and follow the instructions. The procedure should create a new folder with the contents of the ZIP file.
If you have trouble using one of the links below to download the files to a Windows machine, try right-clicking the link and selecting the "Save target as" or similar option on the pop-up menu. This will allow you to download the file to your computer.
The downloadable files are stored in an InstallShield file. InstallShield uses the Windows Installer service, which comes with all recent versions of Windows. You can simply download our InstallShield installation file by clicking on Calculator.msi (2,135,040 bytes).
After downloading the calculator, install it by executing the downloaded file. The InstallShield dialog boxes will guide you through the installation process. When it is finished, you will have a folder named Calculator with 32 files: anypia32.exe, anypia32.chm, 29 sample files, and a readme file (readme.txt). The default location for the folder is in a folder named SSA, inside your Program Files folder. There will also be an entry in your Start Menu and an alias on your desktop for the benefit calculator. To start the calculator, choose it from the Start Menu, or click the alias on the desktop.
Some people have encountered problems installing the detailed calculator on computers running Windows where the installation file is not allowed to write to the installation directory. If you encounter this problem, download the installation file to your machine as explained in the note above. Then try changing the installation directory from the default C:\Program Files\SSA Benefit Calculator\ to a directory outside of Program Files such as C:\SSA Benefit Calculator\. This works for most people. If this doesn't work for you, contact us using the link below.
The downloadable files are stored in a self-extracting archive. The 2023.1 version of the calculator and data, updated through 2022, is in the Anypia.dmg disk image file. Click on Anypia.dmg (10,306,965 bytes) to download the Mac OS version.
Click on a filename to download the file. You will be prompted sign in to confirm your identity as a registered instructor. If you already have access to other Pearson online products, try signing in with your Pearson username.
Tip for TestGen test bank downloads: It's easier to find your test banks later if you save them to the TestGen folder on your computer. Because test bank downloads are in compressed format, you will need to expand the ZIP or SIT files after downloading.
Repeat the process for each file you want to download, such as multiple chapters in a guide. (Once you are signed in, you will remain signed in until you close your web browser; you will not be prompted to sign in again during that session.) After you have downloaded the final file, close any open download windows.
On some operating systems, if your browser recognizes that the application needed for viewing this type of file is already installed on your computer (for example, Adobe Acrobat Reader to view a PDF file), the file may open automatically in the browser window once the download is complete.
To view, print, expand, or otherwise work with downloaded instructor resources, a particular type of viewer or application may need to be installed on your computer. Each downloadable file includes a label of its format type, such as PDF file, to the right of its link name.
You will need to install the TestGen application. Go to and click the DOWNLOADS link. When prompted to sign in, use the same username and password that you use to download instructor resource files from this site.
The version of TestGen used to create each downloadable test bank is listed beneath each Instructor Resource test bank file link.To find out your installed version of TestGen: Start TestGen and select About from its help menu.
If you do not have Microsoft PowerPoint, you need to download the PowerPoint Viewer from the Microsoft website. This viewer version lets you view presentations created in PowerPoint 97 or later versions.
If you are using Windows XP, Vista, or a newer version of Windows, you do not need any extra software to extract these files. Simply download the file to your Desktop, locate the file, and double-click it to open it. Then, drag the enclosed file to a new location (e.g., your Desktop). To extract the entire contents of a compressed folder, right-click the folder, click Extract All, and then follow the onscreen instructions.
If you are using Mac OS X or newer, you do not need any extra software to extract these files. Simply download the file to your computer, locate the file, and double-click the icon. The Finder will create a new folder with the same name as the archive file and decompress all the files from the archive in that folder.
Once the downloaded files have been unzipped or unstuffed, you may need another type of software to work with them. For example, compressed TestGen test banks will yield native BOK files, which require that you have the TestGen application installed. For more information, see BOK files.
Each downloadable file includes a file size label to the right of its link name. If no file size unit is indicated, such as KB or MB, then the size is in bytes. 1024 bytes = 1 KB (kilobyte), 1024 KB = 1 MB (megabyte).
Compressed download files will expand to a larger size. If you download a compressed file (such as .ZIP or .SIT), the expanded native file will likely be significantly larger. For example, a compressed TestGen test bank that is 3 MB can be 12 MB when unzipped/unstuffed to its native .BOK format on your computer.
Comprehensive test banks accompany many of the textbooks from Pearson, and in many cases they are TestGen test banks. To download a test bank, search for your textbook in this catalog. Once on the textbook's product page, click on the Resources tab and look for the TestGen test bank title. The download time varies depending on the size of the test bank.
The installation software is compressed for the platform you selected. You will need to uncompress the TestGen plug-in and the TestGen application using WinZip, StuffIt, or a similar program before you can install them. (See Expanding .ZIP or .SIT compressed files for download links.)
The link to the test bank file you are downloading indicates the version of TestGen used to create the file. If you are running that version or a higher version, you can open the test bank in TestGen. If you need to upgrade your version of the TestGen application, see the preceding instructions.
Once you have installed the TestGen application, you can open the TestGen file for your textbook. If you have not done so already, use the search box or browse our catalog to find your textbook. Depending on your browser, you can either open or download these files by clicking on them. On a PC, if you right click the link, you will see a menu with a choice that says "Save link as" or "Save target as." Use this option to save the file to your computer.
From your textbook's product page in this catalog, click the TestGen test bank title for your computer's platform. (You will be required to provide your username and password at this point if you have not already signed in.) The test bank is compressed for the platform you selected. You will need to uncompress it using WinZip, StuffIt, or a similar program. (See Expanding .ZIP or .SIT compressed files for download links.)
You can request a copy of your TikTok data and download information like your profile (username, profile photo, profile description, and contact info), your activity (videos, comment history, chat history, purchase history, likes, and favorites), and your app settings (privacy settings, notification settings, and language settings). The steps to download your TikTok data are the same for both iPhones and Androids.
When your download is ready, we'll send an email to your connected email account or a push notification if you have the app installed. From your settings, you can tap Download archive under the Download your data section.
When your download is ready, we'll send an email notification or a push notification if you have the app installed. From your settings, you can tap Download archive under the Download your data section.
When your download is ready, we'll send an email to your connected email account or a push notification if you have the app installed. From your settings, you can click the Download data button under the Download data section.
Note: Please make sure your email address is confirmed prior to requesting your Twitter archive and that you are logged into your Twitter account on the same browser you are using to download your Twitter archive. Instructions and troubleshooting tips for confirming your email address may be found here. It may take a few days for us to prepare the download of your Twitter archive. 041b061a72