How do I install Exodus?
Linux and Windows Users:
Note that Exodus will only run on 64-bit systems.
To install Exodus on Windows, Mac, or Linux simply download the latest version from:
For Windows users, you can click the installer after downloading and it will automatically install the application to your desktop. It should only take a few seconds to install, and you will be all set to get started.
Windows 7 users will need to ensure that .NET Framework 4.5.2 is installed, if it is not installed prior to installing Exodus, the installer will attempt to download and install it for you. In the event that the .NET install fails, download the .NET installer from the Microsoft website and install it manually and then install Exodus again:
You can click the installer after downloading, and you will be prompted to drag the application into the Applications folder. In just a few seconds, your wallet will be installed and ready to run.
After you've downloaded the Exodus application, you'll need to unzip it:
Then you can place the folder wherever you like, we recommend just dropping it in your home directory.
You can then run Exodus by just double-clicking on the exodus program:
...or by running it directly from the terminal:
Some newer Linux releases may require
libgconf-2-4 to be installed which can be done by either:
sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install -y libgconf-2-4
sudo yum update && sudo yum install libgconf2-4