PASCO Capstone Free Trial

Try the premier data collection and analysis software for physics, engineering and more completely risk free on Windows or Mac computers.

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Windows Trial

  • Version:  1.13.4
  • Filesize:  264 MB
  • Filename:  PASCO_Capstone-
  • Requires:  Windows 7 SP1 or later

Windows Download

Mac Trial

  • Version:  1.13.4
  • Filesize:  134 MB
  • Filename:  PASCOCapstone_Mac-
  • Requires:  Mac OS X 10.10 or later

Mac Download

About this download

  • PASCO Capstone 60-day Trial for PC and Mac
  • This trial offers access to all of the features of PASCO Capstone and it will behave exactly as a fully licensed version for the full 60 days. The trial period begins upon opening the application after installation is completed.
  • After the 60 day trial, a licensed version of PASCO Capstone will be required to continue
  • This trial will upload PASCO Capstone Version 1.13.4

System Requirements

To run the latest version of PASCO Capstone


  7 SP1 or later
Mac   OS X v 10.10 or later
Processor   2 GHz or faster (only required for Video Analysis Features)
RAM   2 GB or greater RAM



1024 x 768 or greater

Disk Space   Mac: 250MB free Disk Space (Application Bundle)

Windows: 575 MB Free Disk Space (500 MB for Capstone plus 75 MB for Common Files Folders)

At least one free port if using USB connected devices

Bluetooth Classic  

Bluetooth capability if using PASCO Bluetooth classic devices

Bluetooth Smart  

See Wireless Product Compatibility if using PASCO Bluetooth Smart devices

Contact Teacher support if you experience download or installation issues.

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PASCO Capstone Summer Institute

Our four-day workshop is designed for new and current users of the software for Windows and Mac computers in the upper-level high school or college lab.

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