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'''Kiwix''' allows is a software suite allowing you to enjoy a lot of different content offline, without any access to internet. It's a desktop application, but we also release a [[{{ll|kiwix-serve}}|HTTP server version called ''kiwix-serve'']]Internet. But before using Kiwix, you need to download it in accordance with the to your future usage and your operating system you're using. Then, after starting Kiwix on your computer, you will be able have to choose the content of your wishes in via the Kiwix library and download it directly or from Kiwix[[{{ll|Content_in_all_languages}}|here]].</translate>
== <translate><!--T:25-->Microsoft Windows</translate> == === Kiwix Desktop ===<translate><!--T:12-->{{Kiwix_download_button_for_windows/en}}</translate><translate><!--T:2-->'''Kiwix for Microsoft Windows''' Desktop is available in two formats:* A a full featured desktop application. [ portable versionDownload it] you can and it will be directly use usable after unzipping the file. It is a 64-bit application and supports Microsoft Windows XP SP2 or later.</translate> === Kiwix JS ===* For Windows 10 <translate>Kiwix JS is a light & highly portable application focusing on mobile devices (PC, tablet, mobile), . You can install it from the [ Kiwix JSMicrosoft app store] is a UWP app available from or [ download directly the Microsoft Storeinstaller file]. Kiwix JS supports Windows 10 on any device: x64, x86 and ARM. ZIM archives can be downloaded in the app. We also provide through the Microsoft Store a few dedicated apps:</translate>* [ Wikivoyage (english)]* [ WikiMed, the Wikipedia medical Encyclopedia (english)] === Kiwix Serve ===Kiwix Serve is our HTTP daemon to serve ZIM files. It is part of the Kiwix tools suite, you can download it [ here], unzip the files and directly start it. [[kiwix-serve|More infos]]...
'''Kiwix for GNU/Linux''' is a standalone application provided for the x86 x8664 bits architectures:* [ 32 bits binariesappimage Appimage binary] * [ 64 bits binariesdesktop Flathub package] (Download this if you don't know)</translate>
We also provide a precompiled version of [[kiwix-serve]] and other Kiwix console tools for ARM CPUs. You may download it [ gz here].</translate>

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