All Euler sources and builds are distributed under the GNU general public license (GPL). The main point is that any modified versions remains freeware and open source and must be distributed with a clear reference to the original version. The idea is that the user should easily be able to find the original software on this site, if he uses your modified version.
Since there are now many sites offering collections of free software distributing old and very old versions of Euler Math Toolbox, I do no longer allow the direct download of my installation files from other sites (ask for exceptions). You are cordially invited to include Euler Math Toolbox in any software collection, but you must use the download link to this page. Please do not offer a public copy of the Euler installation on your site.
You may include Euler into collections distributed on CD or DVD, since it is clear that these media contains the version of the software available at the distribution date. You are still required to link to this page.
Other licenses are available on request.
I will not take responsibility for any damage Euler does to your data, files or computer, or any other damage. You use Euler on your own risk.
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Please note, that Euler is updated frequently. Make sure, you always use the current version. you can check if you have the most recent version at any time in the help menu of the program. To keep up to date follow my
All downloads are available from the links below only. Please do not host installation files on other servers. See the license section for more information. The download files have been carefully checked for malware by Heise Downloads.
Current is "Version 2014-04-10". Click on the link to download the Windows installer for Euler.
- Full version with Maxima. The download is about 85 MByte. I strongly recommend uninstalling Euler before updating to a new version. Your user files in "Euler Files" and your settings will not be lost. This version can also be used on x64 systems.
- 64-bit version of Euler with Maxima. You can use this version or the 32-bit version on x64 systems. The 64-bit version allows heap sizes beyond 1 GB, and matrices with up to 250 million elements. The storage for the graphics can also be extended.
- Update version without Maxima. You can use this, if you use your own version of Maxima, or if you update a full version of Euler.
- 64-bit update version without Maxima. For update of the 64-bit version of Euler, or if you want to use your own version of Maxima.
To take full advantage of Euler, you should install Python 2.7 and Latex. Find more information about the installation, and about helper programs in the
Euler runs with some restrictions on Wine in Linux. For details refer to the following page.
This is the source for the Windows version generated with Visual C++. Please study the above license if you wish to use the source code.