sudoSignals runs as a local process on your Windows computer. In order for Signals to monitor your applications, we need to install the local service to keep your installation looking its best.
1. Download sudoSignals
Here is the latest sudoSignals installer.
If you need an older version of Signals, you can see all of the sudoSignals releases here.
2. Run the Installer
After downloading the installer, it's time to get sudoSignals up and running. Start by double clicking the installer.
We’re working on getting our Windows application publisher certificate. In the meantime, there’s an extra step to getting the installer working.
You should see a warning from Windows about an application from an unknown publisher.
First click the link for More info, and then click run anyway
You should then see the Welcome window of the Setup Wizard; begin the installation process by clicking
Accept the EULA
Signals has an end user licensing agreement, mark that you agree to the agreement and click
Select Installation Type
There are three different Setup Types for Signals. If you'd like to use our recommend settings, select
Typical — this will install Signals for you automatically. If you'd like to designate where Signals is installed select
Custom. Right now
Complete has all of the same installation elements as
Typical, in future releases we're planning on having some more advanced features for users to select.
Install to get the Signals service installed on your computer.
Complete the Installation
Finally, you can complete the installation by clicking
3. Start sudoSignals
You should now have a sudoSignals shortcut on your desktop and in your start menu.
Once you start Signals, you should see a system tray icon.