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Download Zoom client

Download the Zoom client to your computer, tab or smartphone

Zoom is available for all employees and registered students.The Zoom client provides a full meeting experience with basic conference management, sharing and viewing content.

The client is available for Window, Mac, Linux, Android and iOS.

Before you start to use Zoom

Before you start to use Zoom check that you have version 5.0 or later. To check that:

Important Notice: Please begin updating all your clients to Zoom 5.0.5 or later now. By 30 May, all Zoom users must have version 5.0 or later in order for the program to function. Please control what version you have and install the latest edition. If you do not make this update, Zoom will not work.*

* This doesnt apply to people who uses KTH platfroms computer i.e. KTH-Windows, KTH-Mac and KTH-Ubuntu. These will get updated automatically.

How to check which version you have and update Zoom

  1. Start Zoom
  2. To check which version you have:
    1. Go to your profile (top right corner)
    2. Click on Help
    3. Click on About
  3. To update Zoom:
    1. Go to your profile (Top right corner)
    2. Click on "Check for Update"

Download Zoom Client 

KTH Windows (WIKS)

  1. Open Software Center and Available Software
  2. Select Zoom and install 


1. Open KTH Self Service
2. Select Zoom and install

Note that you need to give the Zoom client access to your microphone on the mac computer or you will have no sound.

Using the Zoom Client and Zoom Rooms with macOS

KTH Ubuntu

The Zoom client is automatically installed on all desktop systems.

Zoom Client to your private computer

If you have administrator rights on your computer then you may choose to use the ZOOM client.

  1. Go to
  2. Select "Download Zoom Client for Meetings" and download the client for your computer

Zoom app for your mobile devices

You are able to download the Zoom app from Google Play and App Store.

First time users, the guide “Log in to Zoom software”  may be handy.

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Last changed: Jun 24, 2021