General

System requirements

The following system requirements must be met to use Kinza.

Supported OS
Microsoft Windows 7
Microsoft Windows 8 and 8.1
Microsoft Windows 10
Mac OS X v10.11 (El Capitan)
macOS v10.12 (Sierra)
Installation

You can install Kinza by the following procedure.

Click the Download button.
Click the Download button.
Click the Download button on the Top Page of Kinza web site.
Then, the installer of Kinza will be downloaded.
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"Windows version"
1. Run the installer.
After the installer is downloaded, run the program. Clicking "Install" on a screen that appears starts the installation. To check the terms of use or set the installation options, click the appropriate link.
*) Close all applications including other browsers.
2. Start the installation.
2. Start the installation.
Installation of Kinza starts.
3. Compete the installation.
3. Compete the installation.
When the installation is finished, click "Close" to start Kinza.
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"Mac version"
1. Open the disk image.
When the installer is downloaded, open a file called "kinza_4.0.1.dmg."
2. Drag it to the Applications folder.
2. Drag it to the Applications folder.
When the window opens, copy the Kinza icon to the Applications folder by dragging. If you have no administrator rights, you are required to provide authentication.
3. Start Kinza.
3. Start Kinza.
When starting Kinza for the first time, you will be warned that it is downloaded from the Internet. Kinza is safe because it is downloaded from the official Kinza website. Click "Open" to start Kinza.
Uninstallation

You can uninstall (remove) Kinza by the following procedure.

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1. Open "Uninstall or change a program."
Open "Start Menu" > "Control Panel" > "Programs and Features."
Open "Charm" > "Settings" > "Control Panel" > "Uninstall a program."
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2. Select "Kinza" and click "Uninstall."
Kinza is immediately uninstalled.
Installation of Adobe Flash Player

You can install Adobe Flash Player in Kinza by the following procedure.
There are the NPAPI and PPAPI versions of Adobe Flash Player, but we recommend installing the PPAPI version in Kinza considering the security and performance.

* The Chromium project is phasing out NPAPI plug-ins, thus using alternative technology is recommended to improve the performance, stability, and security of browsers. Therefore, Kinza 2.1.0 (Chromium 42) and later are designed not to load NPAPI plug-ins automatically.

1. Select an operating system.
1. Select an operating system.
https://get.adobe.com/jp/flashplayer/otherversions/
Access the above URL.
Click "Step 1 Select an operating system" and select your operating system from the pull-down menu.
2. Select a version.
2. Select a version.
Click "Step 2 Select a version" and select "~ for Opera and Chromium - PPAPI."
3. Click the Download button.
3. Click the Download button.
If you select 1. and 2. above, the Download now button becomes active. Then, click the button to download Adobe Flash Player.
4. Double-click the downloaded file to install the program.
4. Double-click the downloaded file to install the program.
Double-click the downloaded file to run the installer of Adobe Flash Player and follow the instructions.
*) You have to restart Kinza to activate Flash Player.