The latest stable version of DataExplorer is 3.6.1
Please select the file appropriate for your platform below.
This is a Java based application. It is more important which Java run-time, in respect of architecture (32/64 bit) is installed, compared to the operating system architecture. In any case of trouble please refer to Troubleshooting.

Windows Operating system logo Windows

DataExplorer_Setup_3.6.1_win64.exe  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
DataExplorer_Setup_3.6.1_win32.exe  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
Supported are Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and Windows 10.

MacOS Operating system logo Mac OS X

DataExplorer-3.6.1_Mac_64.dmg  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
Requires Mac OS X >= 10.4 (requires Cocoa) and Java 1.8.+ (JRE), Java 11 LTS or Java 17 LTS. Please do not use other Java versions.
Use 32 Bit version only on a 32 Bit MAC OS running on Power processor and download here.

GNU/Linux Operating system logo Linux

dataexplorer-3.6.1-bin_GNULinux_x86_64.tar.gz  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
dataexplorer-3.6.1-bin_GNULinux_x86_32.tar.gz  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
dataexplorer-3.6.1-bin_RaspbianLinux_ARM_32.tar.gz  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
dataexplorer-3.6.1-bin_RaspbianLinux_ARM_64.tar.gz  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
Attention! There are Linux system without GTK3 installed. To enable DataExplorer execution insert line "export SWT_GTK3=0" into start script before line with "java ..." or install "libswt-gtk-3-java".
Related to the USB2Serial adapter support GNU/Linux with kernel 2.4 or newer is required.

Source code

dataexplorer-3.6.1-src.tar.gz  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file

Documentation and helper files

DataExplorer - Users Guide.pdf  -  signature file  -  md5 hash file
Files list

How to verify signatures of the download

You need to have GnuPG installed before you can verify signatures.
To verify download, download the corresponding sig file as well an execute:
$ gpg --verify foo.tar.gz.sig
(To do this, Download Public Key and import "pgp --import KEY.pgp" to add the key to the key ring)