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You can download and use DbVisualizer for free. To unlock all features and to get full support you will need a Pro license. For details, see the pricing page.

Please note DbVisualizer will not run on your mobile or tablet.

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Windows From ZIP-archives

All files are contained in an enclosing folder named: DbVisualizer Unpack the distribution file with the built-in zip archive extraction utility in Windows.

The ZIP archive installer will not add any entries to the Start menu, add desktop launchers or register the software in the Windows registry. Start DbVisualizer by running: DbVisualizer\dbvis

Please note that you'll need to have the correct Java version that matches your OS's architecture installed on your computer for DbVisualizer to work. If uncertain, you can instead choose a DbVisualizer installer that bundles Java.

Linux From TAR-archives

All files are contained in an enclosing folder named DbVisualizer Unpack the distribution file in a terminal window with: gunzip dbvis_unix_<version>.tar.gz tar xf dbvis_unix_<version>.tar

Start DbVisualizer by executing the command: DbVisualizer\dbvis

Please note that you'll need to have the correct Java version that matches your OS's architecture installed on your computer for DbVisualizer to work. If uncertain, you can instead choose a DbVisualizer installer that bundles Java.

macOS From TGZ-archives

All files are contained in an enclosing folder named DbVisualizer Unpack the tgz file in a terminal window with the following command or double-click it in the Finder: open dbvis_macos_<version>.tgz

Start DbVisualizer by opening the following: DbVisualizer

Please note that you'll need to have the correct Java version that matches your OS's architecture installed on your computer for DbVisualizer to work. If uncertain, you can instead choose a DbVisualizer installer that bundles Java.

Linux From RPM-archives

Install the RPM archive with the following command in a terminal window or use your favorite RPM tool: sudo rpm -i dbvis_linux_<version>.rpm

Start DbVisualizer by either finding the application and double-clicking on its icon or by executing the following command in a terminal window: dbvis

Linux From DEB-archives

Install the DEB archive with the following command in a terminal window or use your favorite DEB tool: sudo dpkg -i dbvis_linux_<version>.deb

Start DbVisualizer by either finding the application and double-clicking on its icon or by executing the following command in a terminal window: dbvis

All How to upgrade

You may install a new version of DbVisualizer on top of an older version. Your configuration will not be lost. You can install different major versions of DbVisualizer side by side.

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OS Support: Windows 64-bit 11/10/8/7
Linux
macOS 10.11+
Windows 64-bit: Java 17 is required
macOS: Java 17 is required
Linux: Java 17 is required
The FREE Eclipse Temurin ↗ Java Runtime is bundled with
installers marked With Java VM.
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DbVisualizer Pro evaluation.

An evaluation license of the DbVisualizer Pro version is requested from within DbVisualizer. Download and install the application, then open the Help menu and choose Evaluate DbVisualizer Pro Edition to get started with the trial.

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