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Archived - QuickTime for Windows: How to Determine Which Edition and Version Is Installed

This document explains how to determine which edition and version, such as Pro Player, of QuickTime is installed on a computer with Microsoft Windows installed.
This article has been archived and is no longer updated by Apple.
For Macintosh computers, see technical document 25220: "QuickTime for Macintosh: How to Determine Which Edition and Version Is Installed."

How to determine which edition is installed


1. Click the Start menu, choose Settings, then choose Control Panel (see Figure 1).




Figure 1 Opening the Control Panel window

2. Open the control panel named QuickTime (see Figure 2).




Figure 2 QuickTime control panel

3. Choose Registration from the pop-up menu (see Figure 3).

The field named QuickTime Key indicates which edition of QuickTime is installed. In Figure 3, QuickTime Pro is installed.




Figure 3 QuickTime Pro is installed


How to determine which version is installed


1. Click the Start menu, choose Settings, then choose Control Panel (see Figure 1).




Figure 1 Opening the Control Panel window

2. Open the control panel named QuickTime (see Figure 2).




Figure 2 QuickTime control panel

2. Choose About QuickTime from the pop-up menu. The version number appears below the pop-up menu. In Figure 4, QuickTime 5.0.2 is installed.




Figure 4 QuickTime Pro is installed


Upgrading to QuickTime Pro

For information on upgrading to QuickTime Pro, visit the QuickTime Web site (http://www.apple.com/quicktime/).

For information on the differences between QuickTime and QuickTime Pro, see technical document 24374: "Differences Between QuickTime and QuickTime Pro"

Last Modified: Feb 18, 2012
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