If you know how to do the following tasks you should have no problems installing userTrack on your server in under 5 minutes.
Upload files to your server
Create a database
If you don't know how to do any of those steps, don't worry as they are explained in the installation guide and you can always contact support for help.
userTrack is self-hosted, this means you need access to your own server/hosting (either shared, VPS or dedicated). It is recommended to use the LAMP stack
PHP (pdo_mysql extension enabled)
.htaccess support (eg. Apache, LiteSpeed)
Access to create a database and upload files to the server
You can use those guidelines to decide what server configuration to get depending on the amount of traffic that your website gets:
userTrack's ust.min.js tracking script file has to be included on all the pages you want to track.
Google Chrome browser is recommended for accessing the userTrack dashboard.
Large monitor resolution is preferred for improved experience (1080p or larger)