E-Prime Getting Started and Getting Help
Before reading these articles, a user should have a basic knowledge about operating personal computers and experimental research design and analysis. Familiarity with the Windows operating system is important, and at least one undergraduate course in experimental research methods is recommended. The understanding of terms such as “independent variables” and “random sampling” is assumed. If this background is lacking, we recommend that the user first become familiar with how to use the Windows operating system and reference an undergraduate text on experimental research methods.
GETTING STARTED: E-Prime Machine Requirements  states machine requirments for E-Prime 3.0 and 2.0.
GETTING STARTED: Installation, Registration, Validation, and Updates  contains information about intallation, licensing, and upgrading from previous versions of E-Prime.
GETTING STARTED: Useful Information , GETTING STARTED: Best Practices , and GETTING STARTED: Designing Your Experiment  provide valuable knowledge for users before beginning to design experiments.
GETTING STARTED: Troubleshooting  articles help identify common problems and solutions.
GETTING STARTED: New Features in E-Prime  provides a listing of new features available in the latest version of E-Prime.