Before you start working for our clients, you need to install UiPath and connect it to Orchestrator.

What you will learn:

  • Primarily
    • Install and setup UiPath correctly
    • Connect UiPath with Orchestrator
  • Secondarily:
    • Create your own very simple bot

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Install and Setup

Go to, click Try UiPath Free and follow the instructions.

This Post Has 16 Comments

  1. Mohamed

    Great Start

    1. Anders Jensen

      Hey Mohamed. Thanks a lot. Let me know, if you have any questions to the UiPath course or RPA in general. Kind regards, Anders

  2. Khaled

    I’m totally new to UiPath or RPA and after watching your video, have decided to give it a try. thumbs up for a great start AJ.

  3. Artur

    A great course.
    I’ve already listened to all the material available on YT…
    Time to have some fun.
    Father v8.0

    1. Anders Jensen

      Hey Artur. First of all thanks for your support!! 🙂 And good luck in learning UiPath – it’s really not magic, it will come easy to you. Kind regards, Anders

  4. Pratik

    really helpful from last 2-3 months trying to understand and learn UI Path through UI Path academy. But today i came across your tutorial and it really helpful for me.

    1. Anders Jensen

      Hey Pratik. Thanks a lot 🙂 I’m so happy for you and that you took your time to write me here. Have a great day. Kind regards, Anders

  5. Jeyapaul

    Hi, Anders , your video is useful to me, video is very clear explanation. thank you and don’t stop to post videos carry on your teaching . Thank you.

  6. Zeeshan

    Hi Anders, I have started seeing your videos on this topic and started following your instructions. I hope I can approach you in case there is any question or clarification.

  7. Lene

    Hi Anders. Is it possible to use UI Path when only having a Mac? I just tried to download the free UI Path trial onto my Mac, but with little success.

    1. Anders Jensen

      Hey Lene. Unfortunately not Both Uipath and Microsoft Power Automate are Windows (.NET) based. You’ll find RPA tools for Mac, but they’re a bit harder to figure out. The leading here is IBM, RoboCorp, and Argos Labs. You can also choose to run Windows (parallels) on your Mac and then run UiPath, but then you might not have access to your Mac apps. I hope it clarified a bit. Have a great day. Kind regards, Anders

  8. duy


    1. Anders Jensen

      Thanks a lot, duy

  9. Arslan Bhatti

    Hello Sir! Please Add more UseCases For our Practice and Learning.

    1. Anders Jensen

      Thanks a lot, Arslan – I will

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