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Windows


Download:

Click here to download and install LXFree for Java for use with Windows 32bit and Java 8.

Click here to download and install LXFree for Java for use with Windows 64bit and Java 9 (best for use with High DPI Displays).

Click here to download and install LXFree for Java for use with Windows 64bit and Java 10 Open Java Control Panel to confirm Java Version before selecting this download.

Click here to download and install LXFree for Java for use with Windows 64bit and Java 8.

With Internet Explorer, you may be able to choose to Run the file to install LXFree for Java. Other browsers may require that you save the file and double-click to open it.

Requirements:LXFree for Java requires a minimum of Windows (XP to 10) and Java(tm) v1.7.0 or later. Java 9 is recommended for high dpi displays (64 bit only). Oracle Corporation.

Important:

If you are updating a version of LXFree for Java older than v1.2.0, you must run Add or Remove Programs to uninstall LXFree for Java before you attempt to install an update.


Support:

LXFree for Java is still being developed and tested. Please help by providing feedback on problems encountered using LXFree for Java. Please post any problems you find to the
LX Series Forum

Linux


Download:

Click here to download LXFree for Java (Debian install package) for use with Linux.

To install, open a terminal window and change to the directory containing the lxfreeforjava.deb file:
~$ cd Downloads
Then type: ~$ sudo dpkg -i lxfreeforjava.deb

Click here to download LXFree for Java (Debian install package) for use with Linux 64bit.

To install, open a terminal window and change to the directory containing the lxfreeforjava.deb file
~$ cd Downloads
Then type: ~$ sudo dpkg -i lxfreeforjava_x64.deb

Requirements:LXFree for Java requires Java(tm) v1.7.0 or later. Java is a trademark of Oracle Corporation.

Support:

LXFree for Java is still being developed and tested. Please help by providing feedback on problems encountered using LXFree for Java. Please post any problems you find to the
LX Series Forum


High DPI Displays


Java 9:

Like other Java based applications, LXFree for Java may appear small when used with a high resolution display. Java 9 introduces interface scaling that is compatible with high DPI screens. On Windows, you may download this alternate installer which will launch LXFree for Java using Java 9 runtime.

Click here to download and install LXFree for Java for use with Windows 64bit and Java 9.