Archi 4.9 Alpha 4

June 30 2021


Archi Early Access

This early access version of Archi gives you the opportunity to test new features before full release.

We try hard to minimise bugs, but obviously we cannot guarantee this. Please ensure you back up your data first before testing this version, and please use test data only. If you already have a version of Archi installed, install this beta version into a separate location.

Please report any bugs or issues on the GitHub Issue Tracker.

What’s new in this version?

For a full list of the changes please read the Change Log.

The focus of Archi 4.9 is Specializations and Image handling.

Known Issues

  • Importing another model containing Specialization/Profile information is not yet implemented and will lead to an error in the target model


Windows 64-bit Installer

For Windows 64-bit operating systems. This installer application installs Archi to the Windows “Program Files” folder and associates “*.archimate” files with Archi. An uninstaller is also provided.
If you installing this version of Archi alongside the released version of Archi it might be better to install the Portable Zip version to keep it separate.

Windows 64-bit Portable Zip

For Windows 64-bit operating systems. This is a zip file that does not use an installer. An optional batch file is included to register “*.archimate” file associations. Unzip, and then run the “Archi” program file.


Requires macOS 10.12+. To install, open the dmg file and drag the “Archi” app and documentation files to your “Applications” folder or wherever you want to install it. Be careful not to over-write your working copy of Archi.

Linux 64-bit

To install, un-archive and run the “Archi” program file.

Note – some Linux distributions such as Ubuntu 21.04 default to using Wayland. There are a few things that don’t work properly in Archi under Wayland such as drag and drop and some mouse operations. For now, we recommend running Archi in Linux with X Windows (X11 or X Org).



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