Viasat Browser Download

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Is there a Viasat Browser .exe download? I'm building a new system and I don't want to fool with Edge, or any other browser to begin with. Just want a .exe I can put on a USB stick and install right a way. 
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James Paramore

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Just download the.exe from the main page and put it on a USB drive.

https://browser.viasat.com/

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Ha,,thanks, now I fee like a dumba**. It was right there all the time, I thought it had installed with the click to install button and was not an .exe. I can build my own PC but could not see that. Thanks.
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I don't know why, but when I read this and saw "dumba", it made me think of an Australian animal.  

I can just picture Steven Irwin saying, in what was his typical, energetic way, "And here's the Western Three-Toed Dumba.  Crikey!  Just look at those giant, gnashing teeth and claws!"  
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Crikey!
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Old Labs (VS1-329-L12FZ)

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Just be aware that what you're downloading is the 1MB installer stub itself (not a full standalone or offline  installer and requires internet access to complete the actual install) - in turn it always downloads the actual application (another 30-40 MB if I recall correctly) and then installs it.

Also appears that installer stub is subject to change with each release so not sure keeping it around is a good idea if wanting the latest.
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