You may need to confirm that you want to proceed with installing a program from an ‘unknown’ or ‘unidentified’ publisher.After installation you should choose a working directory for R.You will have a shortcut to on your desktop and/or somewhere on the Start menu file tree, and perhaps also in the Quick Launch part of the taskbar (Vista and earlier). and change the ‘Start in’ field to your working directory.

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However, sysadmins might like to install R from scripts, and the following command-line flags are available for use with the installer.

A successful installation has exit code 0: unsuccessful ones may give 1, 2, 3, 4 or 5. We have some facilities for building a customized installer, in particular to add packages to the installer.

See the ‘R Installation and Administration’ manual in the subsection ‘Building the installers’.

Just double-click on the shortcut you prepared at installation.

Current binary versions of R run on Windows XP or later, including on 64-bit versions: See Can I use R on 64-bit Windows? The last version known to run on Windows 2000 was 2.12.2.

We only test on versions of Windows currently supported by Microsoft, mainly 64-bit Windows 7 and Server 2008.

Your file system must allow case-honouring long file names (as is likely except perhaps for some network-mounted systems). If you want to be able to build packages from sources, we recommend that you choose an installation path not containing spaces.

(Using a path with spaces in will probably work, but is little-tested.) Users of Vista/Windows 7/8/Server 2008/2012 installing for a single user using an account with administrator rights area and to set all the optional registry entries; otherwise you will only be able to install R in your own file area.

If you want to set up another project, make a new shortcut or use the existing one and change the ‘Start in’ field of the Properties.