First we will need to download the newest version here. Which happens to be 4.3.4 at the time of this post.
Make sure you save it to a location you can easily find. I typically save installation files directly to my desktop.
Once the download is finished it’s time to run the installer. Go to where you saved the installer.
The first screen is the installer’s welcome screen. We just need to hit next.
Now we the the license agreement screen. I know people don't always read these, but I recommend reading every agreement you come across. If you do agree, click the highlighted button to continue the installation.
Time to choose what you want installed. I like to install all my options, so I’ve checked them all here. After you know what you want to install click next
Now you can tell Unity3D where to install. I just went ahead with the default option. Just have to click install.
We’re all done! If you want to run Unity3D when you’re finished just keep the checkbox marked.
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