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Usage

To run Sage on Microsoft Windows you need the following:
  1. VirtualBox for Windows
  2. Download the "Sage" .ova file from one of the Download Mirrors
  3. Follow these additional instructions.
The current VirtualBox solution provides you with an encapsulated and tested system. It allows to use the Sage notebook in your web browser with no noticable speed loss compared to a native Linux install.

System requirements:

Updates

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Source

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Additional Packages

Download additional packages
Sage consists of a selected set of packages which are well tested and integrated into the Sage framework. There are also other less integrated or unstable packages additionally available. Click here to get an overview of all available packages.

Utilities

Useful utilities when working with Sage