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is able to read .ZIM file format which would be the content package of a specific langauge of Wikipedia or any other online contents. By this way, you will be able to read these online content in offline mode.Kiwix has a section named " Library" where you can organize your ZIM files. There are many ZIM files available to use including over 80 languages of Wikipedia and some other projects like Wiktionary, Wikisource, Ubuntu documentation, etc. There are two ways for downloading a ZIM file and using that: # Choose your desired .ZIM file from [[Wikipedia in all languages| the list of Wikipedia ZIM files]], and then download and install that ( see [[ User guide]] if you had any problems in installing the ZIM file)# Choose your desired .ZIM file from the Library, and then download and install that. The second method is easier and also there is a complete list of .ZIM files in the Library section includes some ZIM files ( like ICD-10 or Ubuntu Documentation, etc) which is not available in [[Wikipedia in all languages| the list of Wikipedia ZIM files]] . [[File:Library screenshot.png|thumb|300px| You can organize the ZIM files in the Kiwix Library.]] In order to enter the Library section, click on ''' Browse Library''' icon [[File:Nuvola_apps_bookcase.svg|20px|link=]] in the Kiwix toolbar and you can return to your previous page by re-clicking on the same Library icon. You will see a page with a menu in its left side then which contains two options (''' My library''' and ''' Get new files''') and also a search box.
By clicking on '''My library''' you will see a list of your installed ZIM files in the right side of the page. Each of the ZIM files in that list has two buttons, '''Remove''' which removes thae ZIM file from your Kiwix Library and '''Load''' launches the ZIM file content.