Installing Amber on Windows 10/11
Amber's Windows support is somewhat minimal, but all of Amber should
compile and run on the Windows 10/11 "subsystem for Linux" (WSL/WSL2).
If your Windows 10 or 11 system is up-to-date, installation is very
simple, as shown here.
(This page also has instructions for older Windows 10 builds, but they
are considerably more involved.) There are also several YouTube videos
that walk you through the installation process. You can search for
them on YouTube, but look for recent ones, since the new installation
procedure was introduced in October of 2021.
Once you have installed WSL2, you should be able to follow the
instructions. Or, if you just need AmberTools, you should be able
to install the conda package in WSL2, as described
here, but this has not yet
(Dec. 2021) been tested.