FAQ: How do I update Roon? How do I make sure I'm running the latest version?

FAQ: How do I update Roon? How do I make sure I'm running the latest version?

Roon checks for updates automatically on startup, and periodically while the application is running. If there is an update available, Roon will download it and ask you to relaunch the application to install the update. You can confirm you're running the latest version of Roon by checking the About section in Settings.

If there was an error checking for an update, or if an update fails, you can manually download the latest version of Roon from our website and re-install it on your machine.
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