Software downloads

Where licensing allows, we aim to provide staff and students with the ability to install software on personal computers, or use it via Apps Anywhere.

Software available for your personal computer

If an application you require is not available from the portal or in the list below, contact the CSD Service Desk.

 

Adobe Reader

What: Viewing, printing, and commenting on PDF documents.

How: Free to download from vendor website.

Where: https://get.adobe.com/uk/reader/

 

EndNote

What: Reference management software to manage bibliographies and references.

How: EndNote is available for free on any University-owned device including Managed Windows Service (MWS) PCs. If you require a personal copy for your own computer, you will need to purchase it - at a discounted rate as part of the EduServ CHEST agreement - from the software distributor.

Where: http://www.bilaney-consultants.co.uk/endnote-chest

 

FileZilla

What: FTP utility that enables file transfers between your PC and a remote web server.

How: Free to download from vendor website.

Where: https://filezilla-project.org/

 

LabView

What: Systems engineering software for applications that require test, measurement, and control with rapid access to hardware and data insights.

How: Can only be installed on University-owned computers. Staff must create an account with the supplier to retrieve the software media.

Where: Request access through our self-service portal

 

MATLAB

What: MATLAB is a computing environment and programming language.

How: MATLAB (with 51 MATLAB toolboxes) is available on the Managed Windows Service (MWS). If you are a student and require a personal copy for your own computer, you will need to create an account on the Mathworks UK web-site using your Liverpool e-mail address as your username. You will then need to follow the steps in the guidance to associate your Mathworks account with the University's MATLAB licence. 

Where: http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/csd/matlab/renewal.htm

 

MWS installer

What: The University's Managed Windows Service (MWS).

How: Free to download from Install University Applications.

Where: Via Install University Applications > Utilities > MWS Installer Boot Media

NVivo

What: NVivo is qualitative analysis software.

How: NVivo is available on the Managed Windows Service (MWS). If you require a personal copy for your own computer, you are entitled to download it from the provider and use the University of Liverpool license code.

Where: To install the software, please follow the two-stage process:
Obtain the software
License the software (login with your MWS username and password)

 

SAS

What: Statistical analysis software.

How: Free - submit a request using the self-service portal (Request > Software). 

Where: https://servicedesk.liverpool.ac.uk 

 

Sophos Antivirus

What: Protect your machine from becoming infected by a malicious virus.

How: Free to download for staff and students via the self-service portal.

Where: https://liverpool.service-now.com/kb_view.do?sysparm_article=KB0010392

 

StatsDirect

What: Statistics software designed for biomedical, public health, and general health science uses. 

How: A discounted academic rate is available to staff and students who wish to purchase their own copy of StatsDirect from the vendor's website.

Where: http://www.statsdirect.com/Buy.aspx

 

Visio

What: Create flowcharts, network diagrams, organisational charts, floor plans, engineering designs, and more. 

How: A discounted academic rate is available to staff and students who wish to purchase their own copy of Visio: submit your request via the self-service portal (Request > Software).

Where: https://servicedesk.liverpool.ac.uk