It was only a matter of time before this thread appeared. As I write this the Windows 8 Consumer Review edition has been released of Windows. Due to the fact that it (Windows 8) is in 'beta', I'm certain that the BibleWorks folks will not support Bibleworks on this version. That being said, curiosity killed the cat so I went ahead and tried an install. ** I am using the 32-bit (x86) version of Windows 8. The installation went without a hitch. The one thing you might want to do if you try this is to tell Bibleworks that you do NOT want it to put a shortcut on the desktop. You really don't need to anyway because after installation, a "shortcut" for Bibleworks is automatically put on Windows Start screen. One thing I would like to mention also is that I am using a keyboard and mouse, not a touchscreen so I don't know for sure how it would run with touch. I have been trying different functions within the program and everything has run smoothly. I have not tried printing because I am currently out of ink however I did do a Bibleworks Update after the installation and it went smoothly. FYI ~haydnguy~ P.S. Don't forget to backup your data files before doing the install.