Archi 4.2

The latest version is Archi 4.2, released on 30 January 2018.

This version of Archi supports ArchiMate 3.0.1.

Please uninstall any previous version of Archi 4.x before installing this one.

What’s new in this version?

Support for ArchiMate 3.0.1 | Support for 2x icons on hi-res screens | Improved Command Line Interface | Latest ArchiMate Exchange Format | Bug Fixes | More…

For a full list of the latest features and fixes read What’s New in Archi.


Windows 64-bit Installer

For all 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.

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Windows 32-bit Installer

For all Windows 32-bit operating systems. This installer application installs Archi to the Windows “Program Files (x86)” folder and associates “*.archimate” files with Archi. An uninstaller is also provided.

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Windows 64-bit Portable Zip

For all 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.

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Windows 32-bit Portable Zip

For all Windows 32-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.

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Mac OS X

Use this version on 64-bit Macs. Requires OS X 10.8 (Mountain Lion) or greater. To install, unzip and run the “Archi” app.

Note – when launching Archi on OS X for the first time you may see a dialog box that states that “Archi can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer.” Control-click or right click the icon of the app. Select “Open” from the top of contextual menu that appears, then click “Open” in the dialog box. Or you may see the message “Archi is damaged and can’t be opened. You should move it to the Trash.”, to solve this see this.

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Linux 64-bit

Requires Java 8 (64-bit) installed. To install, un-archive and run the “Archi” program file.

Note – the file extension for Linux downloads is “.tgz”. This is to stop Google Chrome from automatically unpacking the .gz file when downloading. If this is a problem, rename the file extension to “.tar.gz”

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Linux 32-bit

Requires Java 8 (32-bit) installed. To install, un-archive and run the “Archi” program file.

Note – the file extension for Linux downloads is “.tgz”. This is to stop Google Chrome from automatically unpacking the .gz file when downloading. If this is a problem, rename the file extension to “.tar.gz”

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Thank-you for choosing Archi

Archi is used by thousands of architects throughout the world. Development work is unpaid and voluntary, and in order to maintain Archi we need your support. We hope you enjoy using Archi in your day-to-day work, training, or study. Together we can continue to support Archi.

Please show your kindness and appreciation of Archi by donating a small amount. If you donate you will also be entitled to a free download of jArchi, the scripting plug-in.

If you don’t wish to donate right now, just click the download button. If you choose to donate at a later stage, you can do this from within Archi itself, and we will be happy to send you a free copy of the jArchi scripting plug-in.




 

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