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HOW-TO:Install Kodi for Windows

How to install Kodi for Windows 10, 8, and Windows 7 PC Windows Devices

This post will cover how to install Kodi for Windows PC running Windows 10, 8, 7. In fact any you can install Kodi on other Windows device including Phones and Tablets. Kodi for can be installed on both Windows x86 and Windows x64 devices. You can install Kodi on a Windows Phone A Windows PC / Laptops even Windows Tablets. You can use any one of the below install guides to install Kodi onto Windows 10, 8, or Windows 7 powered devices. Kodi can be installed from the Windows Store or by manually downloading and installing the EXE file.

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Install Kodi for Windows Manual installation

This is the most useful way to install Kodi onto Windows as you can choose what version of Kodi you want to install. It’s as simple as downloading an EXE file and clicking yes to the windows installer options until it’s completed. You can use this method on all Windows computers and devices and in some cases, it will be the easiest way to install Kodi. Furthermore installing Kodi manually requires no Microsoft Account.


  • Download the latest Kodi for Windows
  • Click the Kodi file you downloaded to start the Installer
  • Click the “Run” button.
  • When prompted click “Next” 
  • Once completed click “Finish” to close the Installer
  • Complete you now have Kodi installed onto Windows.

Install Kodi for Windows using the Windows Store

Install Kodi for Windows using the Windows Store

Kodi is now available from the official Windows Store but only the latest stable version. Also, a Microsoft Account is needed if you are going to install Kodi from the Windows Store. The downside with installing Kodi from the Windows Store is that you can only install the latest version of Kodi. So if you are running a Windows 7/8 device this option is not available as the latest stable build will only run on Windows 10 and above. For older Windows, PC’s and devices use the Manual installation guide.


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Kodi System Requirements for Windows

There are a few system requirements for being able to run Kodi on Windows.

First, you’ll need at least Windows Vista, although Windows 7 or Windows 10 is recommended for hardware video decoding. If you’re one of the holdouts still running Windows XP, it’s time to make the switch. Most newer graphics cards are supported. These include the ATI Radeon R420 and the NVIDIA GeForce 6-series. Although the team at Kodi recommends at least an ATI Radeon R700 or a GeForce 8 series card.

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Install Kodi for Windows Conclusion

We have covered the 2 most common and easiest ways to install Kodi for Windows. You can use the Windows Store if you have a Windows 10 device or you can manually install it by downloading the EXE file. Windows is one of the easiest platforms to install Kodi onto and with this helpful guide you can enjoy all the benefits of using Kodi on any Windows device.


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