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94774636bf7b7d8ffc5b414ae27443d2abc552ee — Amolith 21 days ago 13debb3
reword extraction phrase and remove newline

Double-clicking doesn't always extract the archive in the current
directory so it would be better to specify that that's *generally*
how it can be done.

I also remove an extra newline.
1 files changed, 2 insertions(+), 3 deletions(-)

M getting-started.md
M getting-started.md => getting-started.md +2 -3
@@ 12,10 12,9 @@ You'll need to download the latest client version for your operating system from
- Windows: Choose the one with `windows_x86_64` in the name
- Linux: Choose the one with `Linux_x86_64` in the name (unless you're on a different architecture like a raspberry pi)

Once you have the file, double-click it to extract the archive. You should be left with a folder that contains an exectuable file called `wisteria` (`wisteria.exe` on Windows).
Once you have the file, unpack the archive. This can generally be accomplished by double-clicking it in your file manager. You should be left with a folder that contains an executable file called `wisteria` (`wisteria.exe` on Windows).

Move that exectuable file wherever you'd like. You just need to remember where so that
you can navigate there in a terminal later on.
Move that executable file wherever you'd like. You just need to remember where so that you can navigate there in a terminal later on.

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