A wide range of software is available on student loan laptops and University computers. You can find a complete A-Z list of installed software across campus, loan laptops, specialist labs and whether a title is available for your personal device.
When you’re using a University Windows loan laptop or desktop computer, applications are accessible via AppsAnywhere.
We’ve changed the way you access University software in teaching classrooms, learning spaces and student loan laptops. AppsAnywhere uses a web interface for access to the University’s software applications and offers a much improved student experience.
AppsAnywhere is also available to download onto your own device which means you can access University software anytime, anywhere. More information along with an instruction guide is available on the Accessing Software Remotely page.
The following software can be installed onto your own devices from the University’s self-service download area
|Amos25 – Windows
|Kortext - Windows 32 and 64 bit
|Amos27 – Windows
|Nvivo – Windows and Mac
|Kortext – Windows and Mac
|SPSS – Windows 64 bit
|Microsoft Visual code – Windows
|SPSS - Mac
|Minitab 18 – Window
|SPSS 26 – Mac Catalina only
|Minitab Express – Mac
|SPSS 27 – Big Sur and Catalina
If you need help using software applications, video tutorials are available via our LinkedIn Learning Libguide.
A wide range of tutorials for many software applications is available
For speed, we’ve featured direct links through to two of the popular titles available for free.
You can also find a selection of PDF guides, including how to install SPSS on personal PC and MACs, on our ‘How to’ guides page.
Microsoft 365 is available to install on up to 5 personal devices. For more information, please click below to visit our Microsoft 365 page.
More detailed information regarding Adobe titles and how to access this software on your own devices is available on our Adobe Creative Cloud page. Click below to access.
Adobe Creative Cloud, Vectorworks, SketchUp and Microsoft titles are available on the University desktop Macs. If you require other software, please check the applications folder for availability or visit our A-Z list of installed software.
Middlesex University uses Survey Monkey to provide access to professional survey software.
If you have previously used your Middlesex e-mail address to sign up to a free (or paid for) subscription with Survey Monkey, you must either ‘Create a new account’ to use the software or if you have forgotton your password to the account, use the 'forgot your password' link.