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How to Download and Install Discord on Windows?

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  • Last Updated : 11 Mar, 2022
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Discord is the most popular messaging and interaction platform among a large number of community members like for gaming, programming societies, for a social cause or to randomly talk with friends, etc. It allows the users to communicate with each other using text messages, voice calls, video calls, media items like pictures, video, stickers, etc. It also allows the users to send files and also start a new private chat with the other users.

It allows a large number of members in the community to start a discussion about a particular topic using a hashtag so that it can separate itself from the rest of the discussion. Discord is more popular among gamers who play a large user base games like Minecraft, Fortnite, Valorant, and GTA 5 to discuss with all the community members about the different happenings and the stories mode in these games. It is basically used by these community members to take part in these discussions actively.

Installing Discord on Windows

Follow the below steps to install Discord on Windows:

Step 1: Visit the official website of Discord using any web browser like Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, etc.

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Step 2: Press the “INSTALL” button on the website to start the download of the Discord Application.

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Step 3: It will then automatically re-direct you to the Windows Store App by Microsoft for the Windows device and the download will start in the background.

 

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Step 4: After the download gets finished, the Discord app will get installed within 2-3 minutes. It will then show up on the all programs list of the Start menu.

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Step 5: Click on the Discord app to open it.

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Step 6: After the Discord app opens up, it will show you a login page where you have to use your login credentials (username and password) to login into your Discord account. If you don’t have an existing account, then you have to first register yourself by creating a new account.

Congratulations!! At this point, you have successfully installed Discord on your Windows device.

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