If you are within your one- or two-year major upgrade period,  BlueNote Communicator Lights Version 7 (the current major version) is a free upgrade. All other upgrades to Version 7 are a paid upgrade. BlueNote Communicator Lights Version 6 is a free upgrade to all customers using BlueNote Lights Versions 1-5.  Installing version 6 will remove the previous version of BlueNote and install the new version. Please note that BlueNote Lights Version 1 is not compatible with Versions 5 or 6 so all computers will need to be upgraded.

Install BlueNote on each computer that you will use for communications, no server installation required. BlueNote is compatible with all computers and tablets running a 32 or 64 Bit version of Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and Windows 10. All communications are completely private, no BlueNote data ever leaves your private network.

BlueNote Version 5 is compatible with BlueNote Version 6. Use this version to add BlueNote to new computers in an office that is also using BlueNote version 5.x.

Version 6 Update 7 Released on 5/17/2017

Quick Installation Video

Here is where you'll find the downloaded BlueNote installer:

Chrome

Chrome

Firefox

Firefox

Explorer

Explorer

Run the Installer

BlueNote Installer UAC - Yes

If prompted by your browser to Run or Save, choose Run. If you are not prompted, locate the downloaded ‘bluenotesetup.exe’ file and double-click to run.

Launch BlueNote

BlueNote Desktop Icon

If BlueNote does not automatically start after installation, double-click on the desktop icon to start using BlueNote.

Change the user name

Change Name

Having any problems with downloading and installing? Please contact us with any issues you may be having.

This is the full version of the software; none of the features have been disabled. After installation you can enter the registration code that you received upon purchase or you can use BlueNote in your office for up to 30 days free of charge.

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