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The Sky Sports Alerter is easy to download and delivers all the breaking sports news stories straight to your PC.
It sits on your home or office desktop to make sure you're informed about the latest developments from us, even when you're not online!
The Sky Sports Alerter can keep you bang up-to-date on all aspects of world sport, or if you prefer, you can select the top sports you want to receive - simply select from football, cricket, rugby league, rugby union, golf or our other sports categories. You can also configure the software to alert you with the latest news on whatever RSS feeds you want to stay in touch with.
Downloading Sky Sports Alerter couldn't be simpler. All you have to do is click on the link below. Once you click 'download' a window should will open asking what you want to do with the .exe file. Click 'Run' to install the application.
Once you've downloaded the new application, just follow the simple instructions to continue setting the program up. You can then select which types of news alerts you wish to receive. But don't panic, if you change your mind about which alerts you would like to receive you can change it at any time.
If, for any reason you want to remove the Sky Sports Alerter from your system all you have to do is right-click on the Sky icon at the bottom of your screen, select "Extras" and then "Uninstall". If you have any problems with the download or installation please read the Frequently Asked Questions.
The Sky Sports Alerter software will work on most Windows computers. You will need an internet connection to pick up messages and following hardware:
The software is provided to you by Skinkers Ltd. ("Skinkers") and not by British Sky Broadcasting plc ("BSkyB"). Any claim you have in respect of the software must be made against Skinkers and you agree not to involve BSkyB in any dispute with Skinkers in connection with the software or otherwise. Your downloading, installation and use of the software is subject to additional terms in the form of the "Skinkers License Agreement" which will be presented to you during installation..