The software for the sandbox was easy to install on both Windows 7 and Windows 10. There is a zip file from the SparkFun site that contains Arduino IDE and the graphical ArduBlock which is very similar to Scratch. You will also need the FTDI drivers for Windows to recognise the board which can be found at learn.sparkfun.com. There are 13 experiments ranging from light and sound sensor experiments, digital, analog and serial communication with the advantage that all you need to do is program the examples all the sensors and communication is on the board. There is an addon kit which you can use to explore further or you can source the items through the extensive Arduino sensor/motor kits that are available. This Sandbox was very well discounted and worth the price.