The Mercury desktop was created slightly differently to the browser version of Mercury, to allow integration with Microsoft Word so you could edit documents on the fly.
Now with the Word Online integration, the Mercury Browser also contains the same functionality.
The Mercury Browser is now the preferred platform. You can continue to use the Mercury Desktop for the time being, however we will begin the process of deprecating the the Desktop version over the coming months.
Mercury Download Details
Mercury Desktop can be downloaded and installed on both Mac and Windows computers (including Windows 8 and 8.1).
It requires Adobe Air which will be installed as part of the Mercury Desktop installer:
|Mercury 5 Browser||Desktop/Laptop||https://m5.connective.com.au/mercury5|
|Mercury 5 Desktop||Desktop/Laptop||https://m5.connective.com.au/Mercury5.msi|
|Mercury 5 Desktop MAC||Desktop/Laptop||https://m5.connective.com.au/Mercury5.pkg|
|Mercury 5 Touch||Touch Screen Device||http://m5.connective.com.au/touch/|
Note: If you are running a server, please use the same installation file.
Trouble Updating the Desktop Version
If you face troubles installing or updating Mercury, follow the instructions below.
Follow these steps if you are trying to update your Mercury Desktop version and receive an error "Installer File Damaged":
Press the Windows key, and click Control panel (type 'control panel' if you are using Windows 8).
Click Uninstall Programs.
This will list your installed programs. Find Mercury Desktop, and click Uninstall.
- Re-install Mercury.
Note: these instructions only apply to Windows PC's. Please submit a helpdesk ticket if you are using a Mac.