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Microsoft Download Center Download button is missing

You want download a file or software from Microsoft Download Center.

In the Install Instructions section is written:

Download the appropriate file for your computer's processor by clicking one of the links below. You can run the package directly from the link or you can also save it on your local disk to install later.

But you cannot see any link or Download button.

Microsoft Download Center Download button is missing

Solution 1:
Change the URL of the page using https:// rather than http://

Solution 2 (from sam2030):
Download Button Unavailable on Windows Update Web Site

Solution 3 (from Ryan):
Try using Google Chrome

Did my solution solve your problem? Leave a comment.

7 replies on “Microsoft Download Center Download button is missing”

No, didn’t help. The orange bar contains no Download button/link. Opening in Chrome works fine, ironically…

Hi Ryan, thank you very much for your reply. I’ve corrected the link of the second solution so probably you haven’t tried that solution. I’ve noted that with Chrome was working but usually Microsoft web sites are made to work only with internet Explorer. I’m going to add a third solution as suggested by your comment. Thanks

The only solution was to use Chrome. I don’t know what Microsoft is planning with this. To force using software from other developers instead of Microsoft?

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