Once installed you will be able to see the home page and directions in the installation wizard. Next step is to run the wizard. It will ask you choose whether you are upgrading and installation or starting fresh. If you are upgrading from Tamber 1.0 then choose upgrade.
Choosing fresh install will lead you to the database creation screen, you will need a black database and its` DSN. Enter their details in the form and wait for the wizard to create the database. You will then be prompted to enter an administrator email address and password. DO NOT FORGET THESE DETAILS. The last page will allow you to customise various other bits of Tamber including localisation.
Use your newly created admin account to signin, from there you can add extra currencies (in the locale manager), add catalogue entries and prepare Tamber for deployment. One are that will need changing is the site skin - you can either create a dummy skin using the CMS (Content Management System) or you can get your hands dirty and edit the XML by hand (consult the XML guide for more information). You can install the new skin by cut and pasting it into the skin node in /lib/theme/std/sys_obj.xml (see theme section of the Tamber manual to find out more).
Get your self subscribed to the Tamber release list or check the tamber.com home page periodically. Currently there is no system for generating diffs or applying updates. You`ll have to apply them by hand from the distribution zip file.