Free trial version
You can use the trial version of CyberSky without charge on up to 30 separate days to decide whether or not to purchase the full version of the program. The trial version has the following additional limitations:
- There are about 30 times fewer stars and 10 times fewer deep-sky objects.
- Printed maps are watermarked.
Use the link below to download the setup program.
Alternate download location:
Note The trial version of CyberSky is guaranteed to be safe and clean, completely free of adware, malware, spyware, and viruses. The program does not make any unauthorized connections to the Internet.
Installing the trial version
To install CyberSky on your computer, download the setup program, double-click the file to start the installation, and then follow the instructions that appear.
During installation, the setup program copies CyberSky to a folder on your hard disk and adds CyberSky to themenu.
After you use the setup program to install CyberSky, you don’t need it any more and can go ahead and delete it.
Note The setup program installs the latest version of CyberSky in a different folder than previous versions of the program. You can have CyberSky 5 and CyberSky 1, 2, 3, or 4 installed on the same computer, and can use both versions at the same time; the two programs won’t affect each other at all.
Uninstalling the trial version
CyberSky includes an uninstall program that allows you to easily remove the software from your computer if you don’t like it or it doesn’t meet your needs.
To uninstall CyberSky in Windows XP
On the Control Panel, and then click Add or Remove Programs. In the list of installed programs, click CyberSky 5, and then click Change/Remove.menu, click
To uninstall CyberSky in Windows Vista and Windows 7
On the Control Panel, and then click Uninstall a program. In the list of installed programs, click CyberSky 5, and then click Uninstall/Change.menu, click
Note Uninstalling CyberSky removes only those files that were originally installed on your computer when you installed the program. If you’ve saved any maps as CyberSky Map files or as image files, you must remove these files yourself.