MinGW, Helps developers create applications for Windows.
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MinGW is a gpl software which allows you to build native Windows applications from freely distributable import libraries and header files.
|Clicking this button launches Optimum Installer ™ which will manage your download: learn more. MinGW is also available for free from the developer's website.|
This download is compatible with Window's Operating System only. This software may be available for other operating systems via the manufacturer's website. You will need to use Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, or Google Chrome to initiate the download.
This site offers MinGW for download free of charge, users can still choose to download MinGW from the official MinGW website at http://www.mingw.org/. This MinGW download comes with Optimum Installer and recommends other optional downloads during the install process. Clicking a download link on this site launches Optimum Installer™ which will manage your download:learn more. MinGW is available directly from the developer's website.
MinGW includes a port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), including C, C++, ADA and Fortran compilers.Download MinGW Now
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MinGW includes a command-line installer (mingw-get) for MinGW and MSYS deployment on MS-Windows.Download MinGW Now
Additional Software & Changes to your browser settings
Once you start the installation process, we may offer you additional software or toolbars, that we think you may find useful. You do NOT have to install any additional software and you can choose to "Skip All" if you don't want to see any software we are recommending to you.
Some software may offer to change your browsers' homepage, or your browsers' default search engine and may also ask you to to install a search toolbar to enhance your search experience. You do not have to install toolbar or change any of your browsers' settings in order to use the software offered on this page. See an example of the install process below:
During the install you may be asked if you want to install Incredibar toolbar. This is a toolbar which allows you to play games, play videos and music, and more with the click of a button. Incredivar is optional and is not required to install your chosen software. To remove Incredibar, simply go to your default browser - plugins/addons - and select "disable" or "remove".
During the install you may be asked if you want to install Facemoods toolbar. This is a toolbar which allows you to use a variety of smiley faces with Facebook, and is optional and is not required to install your chosen software. To remove Facemoods, simply go to your default browser - plugins/addons - and select "disable" or "remove".
During the install you may be asked if you want to install Babylon toolbar. This is a toolbar which helps translate a variety of languages, and is optional and is not required to install your chosen software. To remove Babylon, simply go to Window's add/remove programs and select "uninstall" from there.
This website is in no way associated with the makers of MinGW
MinGW is a registered trademark.
MinGW can be downloaded directly from the manufacturer at http://www.mingw.org/.
MinGW is easy-to-use and is a great minimalist GNU for Windows.