SofTest must be installed with a user account that has Administrator level rights. Choose your version of Windows or Mac OS X below for instructions to change your user account rights:
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Downloading an Exam File on Examplify
This guide will review how to download an exam on Examplify
Uninstalling SofTest V12 on Windows
Uninstall Examplify on Windows
This guide will review how you can uninstall Examplify on your Windows device.
Starting your Mock Exam in Examplify
This guide will review how to start a Mock Exam in Examplify.
Resolve a Black Screen, Missing Task Manager, or Missing Power Options on Windows 8 & 10 - Examplify
This guide will walk you through how to resolve a black screen, missing task manager, or missing power options on Windows 8 and Windows 10 with Examplify.
Registering Examplify with Two Separate Accounts
This guide will review how you can register Examplify with two separate ExamSoft accounts.
Running ESWinSR for Examplify
This guide will review how to run the ESWinSR program to revert any security changes that Examplify was unable to revert automatically.
Delaying the Answer File Upload in Examplify
This guide reviews how you can configure Examplify to wait a specified time before attempting to upload an exam after you close an exam.
Minimum System Requirements for Running Examplify on Windows
This guide includes the minimum system requirements that are needed for running Examplify on your Windows Device.
Logging in to Examplify
This guide will cover how you can log in and register Examplify.
Changing Your Language Settings on Windows 10
How to set your Windows 10 PC to English (US)
Change user account type to Administrator in Windows 8 & Windows 10
Resolving Run-Time Error on Windows Vista & 7
Instructions to fix the Run-time error 75 error for Windows Vista & 7
Run-time error no Password Supplied on Windows Vista & 7
Instructions to fix the Run-time error -21343789 No Password Supplied--Windows Vista & 7
Keeping track of word count using SofTest on Windows
SofTest Windows provides a word count for essay answers under Stats in the sidebar
User Account Control (UAC) on Windows Vista
Follow the steps below for instructions on how to disable User Account Control (UAC) for Windows Vista
User Account Control (UAC) on Windows 7
Follow the steps below for instructions on how to disable User Account Control (UAC) for Windows 7
Why do I get prompted with “Windows needs your permission to continue” when I try to run SofTest on Windows Vista & 7
When User Account Control (UAC) is enabled in Windows Vista & 7, SofTest needs to ask your permission to run so that it can gain administrative privileges. This can be bypassed by disabling UAC.
Disabling Startup Items on Windows Vista & 7
Contains the steps to disable startup items (Windows Vista & 7)
What do I do if I experience a lag when typing my answers?