The latest stable release of FreeMind is 1.0.0. Downloading and installation instructions are given below.
FreeMind is written in Java, so it will run on almost any system with a Java runtime environment.
In order to make things easier for you, we've prepared installers for the most common desktop environments: Windows, Linux and Macintosh OS X. You may choose a minimum install that gives you only the basic FreeMind package or a maximum install, which includes plugins for Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG), Portable Document Format (PDF), reminders and help files.
|Java Runtime Environment 1.6 or later. You can find a FreeMind installer including java here or download Sun's Java from here.|
- Install Java Runtime Environment if you do not have it.
- Choose a FreeMind installation file by operating system.
- Download the chosen installation file.
- Install FreeMind.
Choose among the following binaries of the current FreeMind 1.0.0, depending on your operating system:
|MS Windows||Windows Installer Min||29||A smaller version without SVG export and PDF export.|
|MS Windows||Windows Installer Max||38||All-inclusive version|
|Mac OS X||MAC OS X||92||All-inclusive version. Information for Mac Maverick (10.9) and Mountain Lion (10.8) Users: After the download, the operating system reports the application to be broken. Please see here for the solution.|
|Mac OS X 10.6.8||MAC OS X 10.6.8||150||All-inclusive version. Users of version 10.6.8, please take this link; a different java version is included there.|
|Linux||Debian Linux (currently still for the 1.0.0 version)||2.6||Please consider first checking the release notes.|
|Linux||SuSE 9.x Linux and other RPM-based distros like Fedora and Mandriva||2.8||See also release notes.|
|Any||binaries for any operating system||29||A smaller version without SVG export and PDF export.|
|Any||binaries for any operating system - max||38||All-inclusive version|
|eComStation||Download: WarpIN Installation package from netlabs.org||7.6||All-inclusive version|
For Linux, the installation procedure is described in length.
You can also download older versions; see all files for download.
You can download source code by browsing all files for download, looking for the files containing the "-src-" substring.