The downloads

The client can be downloaded, precompiled and ready to run. DC++ runs on any recent Windows version (Vista SP2, 7 SP1, 8, 8.1 and 10) as well as under Wine.

If you have experience in C++ programming, the source code for DC++ is also available. To compile DC++, you will need either the tools from MinGW or Microsoft Visual Studio. Refer to the compiling guide for more information.

DC++ is distributed with language files included. By default it will use the language specified in Windows locale settings. You can change it in Settings > Appearance > Language. Found errors or omissions in DC++'s interface of your native? You can help translating DC++ to your own language using our web-based translating interface.

Package information

The DC++ distribution has three files:

A Windows Installer that sets up DC++ for immediate usage on both 32 and 64 bit systems (into your Program Files folder, with shortcuts and user profile support).
This file is of the form DCPlusPlus-###.exe.

A binary archive that can be unzipped anywhere and is usable right away (portable version, without any shortcuts or registry information created).
This file is of the form DCPlusPlus-###.zip for 32 bit systems and DCPlusPlus-###-x64.zip for 64 bit systems.

An archive with the source code that was used for compiling and creating the executable distributed in the other packages; for experienced programmers.
This file is of the form DCPlusPlus-###-src.zip.

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Notable changes in DC++ 0.861:

DC++ 0.861 comes over a year after the previous release; it contains a flurry of improvements and updates the various libraries used by the program, leading to more stability and security. Notable improvements: - Better Windows 10 compatibility. - Download queue toolbar. - Better IPv6 connectivity. - More favorite hub settings. - Chat box improvements. - Hub connectivity status icons. - Hardened connection security. And as usual, there are many tweaks here and there to make your DC++ experience more enjoyable! :) Note: Windows XP and non-SSE2 CPUs are no longer supported by DC++.

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