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Install ImageMagick on Windows 7

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I'm having trouble installing ImageMagick on a Windows 7 machine.  I've downloaded and unzipped the source and I'm unsure what to do next.  Unless there's a setup.exe file, I get lost.
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by:khairil
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Hi are you downloading the source zip or the binary zip?

The source zip need to be compile with Visual Studio (if using Windows) or Make if using Linux to produce executables (exe in windows)

Try download binary release instead, you can click on the left side menu, Binary Releases -> Windows. Download, extract and run the exe only. Windows version of ImageMagick is self-installing.
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Better yet download the *.exe instead of *.zip on Windows download section.
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