How to install Kodi Krypton on a Laptop in 2017

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Installing Kodi on a Laptop

Installing Kodi on a Laptop is an idential process to just installing the Kodi platform on a PC or Mac. However you’re installing it on a more portable device. Kodi will run great on most Laptops, as they are usually much faster than other popular Kodi devices such as the Amazon Fire Stick or Raspberry Pi. In this guide, we’ll give you some quick installation instructions for installing Kodi on both Windows & Mac OS.

Before we Start

IPVanish VPN with Kodi

PwrDown highly recommends you use a VPN when using Kodi. IPVanish is one of the only top tier VPNs and it’s tailored specifically for Kodi users. It works on almost all devices including the Amazon Fire Stick. As stated on their site, using IPVanish will:

  • Mask your IP Address & Hide your streaming habits.
  • Prevent your ISP from spying on you.
  • Make your online presence anonymous.
  • Allow access to blocked add-ons & content from other countries.

How to install Kodi on a Laptop

  1. From your Laptop, head to the following URL: https://kodi.tv/download
  2. Scroll down and select the version of Kodi that is appropriate to your system, whether it be Windows, Linux or Mac OS. Choose the ‘Release’ version and ‘Installer’.
  3. Run through the installation process to install the latest version of Kodi (Krypton 17.4) onto your System. When you’re running through the installation process, you’re fine to just keep pressing the ‘Next’ button.

Kodi will now be installed on your Laptop and ready to use.

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Image instructions

Choose what OS you want to install Kodi on for your Laptop. Windows, Mac OS or Linux
Choose the Operating System that your Laptop Runs to install Kodi on.

Run through the setup to install the latest Kodi Krypton on your laptop
Run through the installation process

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Phillip Anderson
Phillip Anderson
Hey, I'm Phillip Anderson! After studying Video Game Design at University, I began writing articles at PwrDown in my free time. I currently play my games on PC, but also own a PS4 & Nintendo Switch. I'm also a VR enthusiast, owning an Oculus Rift S where you might find me playing Beat Saber or Skyrim VR!