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In addition, content also came from Kyle Denlinger of Wake Forest University. The original guide can be found here.
Zotero is free and open source, meaning its source code is open and continually improved by an active user base. Zotero is compatible with Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is compatible with the Chrome, Safari, Firefox, and Opera browsers, and has plugins for Microsoft Word and LibreOffice.
Installing Zotero is easy:
Save any unsaved work and completely shut down your word processor (e.g., Microsoft Word), if it is running.
Update your browser. (Go here to download the latest versions of all the most popular browsers: http://outdatedbrowser.com/en. Sorry, Zotero is not fully compatible with Microsoft Edge.)