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About Kindle Mate
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First Time to Run Kindle Mate
Kindle Mate is Windows compatible and depends on some components to run properly. In most cases, your Windows system is ready to run Kindle Mate, especially for Windows 7 and above. Typically, you install/extract Kindle Mate and get it running. If you fail to start the program, make sure you have .NET Framework 4.0 Client Profile and Visual C++ Runtime Library 2010 or higher installed and then run the program again. Please check our FAQ for the most common issues.
Now all your clippings and vocabulary words will show in Kindle Mate, organized and locally and securely stored. Actually that’s all you need to get fully started. You are encouraged to explore the menus and functionalities to become a guru.
Upgrade From an Old Version
All data and settings are stored in Kindle Mate data file titled ‘KM2.dat’. When a new version of Kindle Mate is released, unless there is a special upgrade instructions, all you need to do is to copy the data file KM2.dat into the new directory and run the new program.
Important: Starting from version 1.35, Kindle Mate for Windows no longer requires administrator privilege. Please make sure you have Read and Write permissions to your Kindle Mate folder, or there will be an error prompting lack of access privilege.
Auto-Sync from Connected Kindle (recommended)
This is the most common way for users to fully sync with their Kindle. Kindle Mate will automatically identify device type, model and locales, and then import Kindle clippings and vocabulary builder data as well if applicable into Kindle Mate. Unlike any other tools, no specific settings or configurations are required at all. Click on Kindle Connected icon or access main menu File – Auto-Sync from Connected Kindle or simply press shortcut F2.
Kindle Activity Profile
Location: File menu – Kindle Activity Profile . Shortcut: F6
This feature is to get some usage and trending statistics by analyzing your Kindle clippings and Vocabulary data. It’s mainly based on your timeline of highlighting, making notes and looking up a word in Kindle.