How to Install Cisco Packet Tracer 8.1.1 in Windows 10

This article shows you how to set up Cisco Packet Tracer 8.1.1, which is used to prepare for Cisco exams, on Windows 10.

Cisco Packet Tracer is a powerful network simulation application that can be used by students to train on ccna and ccnp and enable them to create different networks using an unlimited number of devices. Cisco simulator software offers simulation, visualization, creation, evaluation, and collaboration capabilities and makes it easy to teach and learn complex technology concepts.

A simulation-based learning environment helps students develop skills such as decision-making, creative and critical thinking, and problem-solving. In addition, using the Package Tracer, it allows you to easily teach and demonstrate complex technical concepts and design of network systems by creating network academy curricula.

Cisco Packet Tracer is preferred by both beginners who want to improve their network knowledge and advanced users who are planning to create more advanced network topologies.

Compared to its older versions, Packet Tracer now supports much more Routing and Switching protocols. Therefore, you can download this software for free without having to pay extra for alternative software.

You can follow this video tutorial or the steps below to install Cisco software on your Windows 10 computer.

Step 1: First, download Packet Tracer for Windows 32/64 Bit to your computer via Netacad.

Step 2: After downloading Package Tracer, run the setup file as administrator.

Step 3: After the wizard opens, accept the license agreement for the program and continue.

Step 4: In Destination Location, you can change the location where the software will be installed. Continue the installation without changing the default path here.

Step 5: In Start Menu Folder you can change the name of the folder to be created in the start menu after installation. Likewise, continue without changing the default value.

Step 6: In Additional Tasks, select both options to create a desktop and quick launch shortcut for the Packet Tracer.

Step 7: In Ready to Install, click Finish to start the installation.

Step 8: After the necessary files are extracted and copied, run the Packet Tracer program. Confirm multi-user execution each time you run the simulation program.

Step 9: Sign in to Cisco Networking Academy.

Step 10: After logging in, you can start configuring and using network devices such as Router or Switch using Packet Tracer.

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