|~ Download Fiji for your OS ~|
|Windows 64-bit||imagej.net (USA), micron.ox.ac.uk (European mirror)|
|Windows 32-bit||imagej.net (USA), micron.ox.ac.uk (European mirror)|
|macOS (x86_64)||imagej.net (USA), micron.ox.ac.uk (European mirror)|
|Linux (64-bit)||imagej.net (USA), micron.ox.ac.uk (European mirror)|
|No JRE||imagej.net (USA), micron.ox.ac.uk (European mirror)|
Fiji is supported on the following systems:
- Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, 11, etc.
- Mac OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” or later
- Linux on amd64 and x86 architectures
However, Fiji (like ImageJ) should run on any system for which a Java 8 runtime is available (Solaris, Raspbian, etc.).
- MacOS Arm64 Note: The default MacOS download should run on Arm64 via the Rosetta translator (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rosetta_(software)) which may come at some performance cost. Alternatively you can install the no-JRE version which defaults to the Mac Java and will limit some native library functionality that does not yet have Arm64 support (https://forum.image.sc/t/fiji-clij-etc-native-on-apple-silicon-arm64-m1/53627/25).
Fiji is distributed as a portable application. That means that you do not have to run an installer; just download, unpack and start it.
- Many common questions are answered on the FAQ.
- If you encounter bugs, please see the Getting Help page.
See the source code page for details on obtaining the Fiji source code.
You can download previous Fiji builds by date stamp from the archive.
Life-Line Fiji versions
This sections offers older downloads of Fiji, preserved just prior to introducing major changes. The idea is that if something goes horribly wrong, you can fall back to a stable version.
Here are Life-Line versions of Fiji created after the switch to Java 8.
|2017 May 30||Just prior to a sweeping update to nearly all components.|
Here are Life-Line versions from before Fiji switched to Java 8.
|2017 May 30||The final version of Fiji using Java 6, for all platforms.|
|2015 December 22||Just prior to starting the transition to Java 8.|
|2014 November 25||Just prior to a big update to facilitate reproducible builds.|
|2014 June 02||Just prior to some big changes to ImageJ2 under the hood.|
|2013 July 15||Just prior to extensive changes reconciling Fiji with ImageJ2.|