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Home Money Manager - Download Software to Manage and Audit your Mortgage and Home Loan Interest Repayments, Personal Budget and Credit Card Statements.

Download software to help you audit your mortgage, check your interest repayments for errors, and categorise your credit card statements.

Downloading and Installing the Software

The following page contains details on how to download, install and uninstall the software available from Home Money Manager.

1. How To Download

[1.1] Microsoft Windows Version - From the software download page, click on the Start Download button for the Windows Version to start the download of an executable file (.exe). If prompted to Run or Save the file, you need to save the file to your computer. For your security, the .exe file is digitally signed with a Microsoft Code Signing Certificate, listing Home Money Manager as the author.
[1.2] Mac OS X Version - From the software download page, click on the Start Download button for the Mac Version to start the download of an archive file (.zip). If prompted to Open or Save the file, you need to save the file to your computer.
[1.3] Linux Version - From the software download page, click on the Start Download button for the Linux Version to start the download of an archive file (.zip). If prompted to Open or Save the file, you need to save the file to your computer.

2. The Download File Contents

[2.1] Microsoft Windows Version - The download file is a single Windows executible file containing an installation wizard that will help you install and set up the software on your computer. When you run the installation wizard and follow the prompts, the software will be installed into the directory you specify on your hard disk. The windows version also includes a local copy of the Java JRE runtime files that will be placed into the same installation directory so that the software can run.
[2.2] Mac OS X Version - The download file is a single archive file (.zip) containing an OS X application bundle for the software. Please note this version of the software is designed to run on a Mac OS X computer, and therefore it will not run on an iPad or iPhone.
[2.3] Linux Version - The download file is a single archive file (.zip) containing a software directory with the files required to run the software.

3. How To Install

[3.1] Microsoft Windows Version - Once the exectuable file has downloaded onto your computer, you need to Open it (or double-click on the file) to start the installation wizard. When you first open the executable file you should be prompted with the Windows Security message confirming Home Money Manager is the author of the Software. The installation wizard will then take you through the steps to help you install and set up the software on your computer. You can specify the directory in which to install the software, and if you request to include a desktop item during the installation process, an icon will appear on your desktop once the installation has completed. The software will also appear under the Windows > Start Menu > All Programs allowing you to run the software at any time.
[3.2] Mac OS X Version - Once the archive file (.zip) has downloaded onto your computer, you need to un-archive it. The easiest way to do this is to double-click on the archive file, which will automatically extract the OS X application bundle for the software onto your hard disk. Please Note: The software requires the Java JRE runtime files (version 1.4 or later) to be installed on your computer for this software to run. Earlier version of Mac OS X come with the Java file pre-installed and ready to go, however as of Mac OS X 10.7 Lion Java is no longer pre-installed. Therefore if you are running Mac OS X 10.7 Lion or later you will need to manually download and install Java, as the required Java files are not included in the archive file you download from Home Money Manager (more information on dowloading Java is available from the Apple Support site http://support.apple.com/kb/DL1572 or directly from Oracle at http://www.java.com).
[3.3] Linux Version - Once the archive file (.zip) has downloaded onto your computer, you need to un-archive it. Once un-archived a single folder will be set up on your computer containing all of the Home Money Manager software files. Please Note: The software requires the Java JRE runtime files (version 1.4 or later) to be installed on your computer before you can run the software, and these files comes pre-installed with most versions of Linux. If you are running a version of Linux that does not have Java installed, you will need to manually download and install Java, as the required Java files are not included in the archive file you download from Home Money Manager. Java installation instructions can be found at http://www.java.com.

4. How To Uninstall

[4.1] Microsoft Windows Version - The software comes with an uninstall program that will remove the software from your computer if you wish to uninstall it. The simplest way to uninstall the software is to open the Windows > Control Panel > Add or Remove Programs and look for the software title listed in the screen. Select the software and click on Uninstall. The uninstall wizard will prompt you and check that you want to remove the software and all of its components, and when you select Yes the software will be uninstalled. The Uninstall option is also available from the Windows > Start Menu > All Programs under the software folder.
[4.2] Mac OS X Version - To uninstall and remove the software from your computer, manually delete the software OS X Appliation Bundle (created in step [3.2] above), along with the files contained in it.
[4.3] Linux Version - To uninstall and remove the software from your computer, manually delete the software folder (created in step [3.3] above), along with all the files contained in it.

5. Technical Support

[5.1] If you require technical support please contact us via the webform on our site. All support is provided via email correspondence, which allows us to share screenshots, workbooks, help topics, and quickly understand and answer issues raised.

Over the past nine years we have found email support has been the best way to help our clients, and in line with this please note we do not provide telephone technical support.