Installation instructions For Windows

To successfully install the application, you have to download it first. Click on Windows sign to start the download.

  1. As you have downloaded the application, you can double-click the downloaded file to run the installation.
  2. An installation window show on your screen, which will provide you with brief instructions. You can move forward by clicking Next.
  3. To end the installation process simply click on the finish button, which will appear on the bottom of the final window ensuring your installation has been successfully completed.
  4. Now, WorkComposer will open and require a sign in. To use the application, you have to be a registered user. After the sign in, you may start your work with WorkComposer by identifying specific tasks, starting and finishing your work, taking some breaks, etc.

Installation instructions For Linux

To successfully install the application, you have to download it first. Click on Linux sign to start the download.

  1. For WorkComposer to function properly you will need QT5 library installed on your computer. Simply open the terminal and type “sudo apt-get install qt5-default” for Ubuntu/Debian family or “sudo yum install qt5-default” for Fedora/Redhat family.
  2. Right-click on the downloaded file in the file manager and click Properties
  3. Choose the Permissions tab and check the field that says Allow executing file as program
  4. Open the file to start the WorkComposer app

Installation instructions For OSX

To successfully install the application, you have to download it first. Click on Mac OS X sign to start the download.

  1. As you have downloaded the application, you can double-click on the downloaded file to open the installation image.
  2. Drag and drop the WorkComposer application into your Applications folder from the image window.
  3. Lastly, WorkComposer will require a sign in. To use the application, you have to be a registered user. After the sign in, you may start your work with WorkComposer by identifying specific tasks, starting and finishing your work, taking some breaks, etc.