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|Note:||MacOS 10.15 and later versions drop support for Scratch 1.4's editor, due to it being a 32-bit app. All 32-bit apps have dropped support in MacOS 10.15.|
To download Scratch 1.4, first go to the Scratch 1.4 download page.
|Note:||Scratch 1.4 should also work in Windows 10, but if there are problems the compatibility mode feature can be used.|
This will download the installer into your downloads folder. Next, double click the installer in its folder. Scratch will start installing.
Click "Next" where you will then chose where you want Scratch to store its files to run.
Click Next again and choose what you want its name to be when you look for it in the start menu. The default value, "Scratch", is recommended.
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