Intro to MasterCook (Digital Download)
An older version of the MasterCook Windows product (v14) at a very affordable price. This enables you to see how MasterCook looks and works and why it's been a favorite kitchen tool since the 1990's.
**This download product is non-returnable and non-refundable just like all download products on our website and most other online websites (Amazon, Best Buy, Staples, Office Depot, etc.)**
This is the Windows only version. It does not require internet access or a subscription.
Many people would like to see what MasterCook can do. This older version of MasterCook is a very affordable product for you to use and see how it works and looks.
It was designed for Windows 8 and older. It will run on Windows 10 even though it was never designed for that version. In fact several customers report it's running fine on the most current version of Windows 10.
Mac computer users note: It uses Windows system files, so if you have a Mac computer, you will need to install a full version of Windows onto your Mac computer. Apple explains how to do that. See here.
This is the stand-alone Windows product ONLY and does not require a subscription to MasterCook.com. However, you can use it with a subscription to MasterCook.com if you wish. You can upload your cookbooks and recipes from MasterCook on the computer to your online account as explained here: Uploading Recipes from MasterCook to MasterCook.com.
Within 3 months of this purchase, you are eligible for a full credit towards the purchase of a MasterCook product at MasterCook.com. So, within 3 months if you purchase a newer version of MasterCook at MasterCook.com, contact MasterCook support and request a credit for the Intro to MasterCook purchase. This offer expires 3 months after your Intro to MasterCook purchase though.
Get started today and let MasterCook help you in the kitchen!
BEYOND MASTERCOOK 14:
What's new in MasterCook 15? See here.
What's new in MasterCook 2020? See here.
If you want to see what MasterCook 2020 looks like, see the screenshots on its product page. See here. Or view this video.
MasterCook has a YouTube channel with many videos that show you not only what the program looks like but how to use some of the popular features. See here.