Kaspersky has been around for more than a decade now, providing computer security solutions for users from all around the world. It is also one of the most acknowledged and widely used antivirus software worldwide. Here’s how to download Kaspersky Internet Security offline installer for Windows 10 64-bit or 32-bit so that you can install it on computers with no internet access.
Kaspersky Lab has various products and the Kaspersky Internet Security is one of its most popular products that provides users with premium protection. As more improvements are added to the program, Kaspersky will usually rename its products according to the upcoming year.
Kaspersky Internet Security Offline Installer
Why KIS Offline Installer?
If you go to the usual download page for Kaspersky Internet Security, you will instead get the web installer. A web installer is a small piece of setup.exe that weigh around only 2MB or so. It doesn’t actually contain the installation files needed to install KIS. The setup itself requires internet connectivity so that it can further download the required setup files to complete the installation.
That said, if you are to install Kaspersky Internet Security on computers without internet connection, a web installer will not work. In this case, you will need to download Kaspersky Internet Security offline installer instead. An offline installer is a standalone installer that already contains all the necessary installations files. It would usually have a size of more than 150MB that can be installed on computers without internet connectivity. Using Kaspersky Internet Security offline installer would also be useful if you are to install it on multiple computers without repeating the downloads.
However, you will still need internet connection to update KIS virus database. It’s important to keep your antivirus software updated with the latest virus definition so that it can combat new viruses and protect your PC.
License and upgrade to KIS 2019
Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 offline installer download is available as free trial. If you don’t already own a Kaspersky Internet Security license for your PC, you will need to pay for a license later in order to continue using it.
If you have an existing Kaspersky Internet Security 2018 license, you can download and install KIS 2019 without the need of deleting the old version. Your license will remain intact. The latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 offline installer supports Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10 64-bit or 32-bit, for laptop or desktop computers.
Download Kaspersky Internet Security Offline Installer
To download Kaspersky Internet Security offline installer full version in English, go to here (Update: Link has been updated to the Kaspersky Internet Security 2021 official download page at kaspersky.com. Kaspersky has removed the offline installer downloads for older versions of Kaspersky Internet Security. We recommend that you stick with the web installer for now to get the latest version of Kaspersky Internet Security).
For all other language and maybe a later version if there has been a new release, visit here (update: link removed because it’s outdated). You will have to manually look for the latest version of KIS 2019 that supports your desired language from the list of folders. This is where some of the Kaspersky software offline installers are hosted. The offline installer will usually look like kis18.104.22.1688aen_14170.exe (example) with a size of around or larger than 150MB.
When you launch the Kaspersky Internet Security 2019 offline installer, it will start by showing “Searching for a newer version of the application” and may seem to load for a while.
Just wait it out and it should then prompt you the software agreement. After accepting the terms, the installation should start automatically.
The download link provided above is hosted officially by Kaspersky Lab (you can check the URL). It is always advisable to not download any antivirus program from external sources. This is because if the source is compromised, you will risk installing potentially unwanted programs, malware or even viruses.