XMind v3.4.0

Emka on 15 Dec 2013
  • 144MB (uncompressed)
  • Suggested by Gannon8

X-Mind is a mind-mapping, flowchart, organizational chart, and diagramming program. It can be used for brain storming, illustrating or categorizing ideas, note taking, conceptualizing, and more. It supports drag-and-drop of elements, export to many different formats, and is compatible with most other mind-mapping programs.

Some advanced functions are restricted to the pro version.

Category:
System Requirements: WinXP / Vista / Win7
Writes settings to: None
Unicode support: Yes
License: Eclipse Public License 1.0
How to extract:
  1. Download the Portable ZIP version from web site and extract to a folder of your choice
  2. Optionally:
    • If not planning to run on other operating systems, delete XMind_Linux, XMind_Linux_64bit, and XMind_Mac_OS_X
    • If you are sure you'll have Java installed on any machine you use, you can delete the XMind_Windows\JRE folder (thanks mc)
  3. Open \XMind_Windows\xmind.exe
What's new? New Features
  • Local Networking Sharing (huge new feature that costs us one year to ship)
  • Enable export to Microsoft Word/PPT/Excel across all platforms, e.g. Mac OS X and Linux (huge new feature)
  • Export to Microsoft Excel/CSV
  • Export to SVG (in vectors)
  • Import from Microsoft Word
  • Merge XMind workbooks
  • New Style Editor
  • New marker design and more markers
  • Print whole workbook
  • Reduce file size
  • More templates (six thinking hats, flow-chart, personal management etc.)

Improvements
  • Improved Export to Word/PPT/PDF/HTML
  • Export to PDF(Map) in vector graphics
  • Improved Import from Mindjet Mindmanager
  • Gallery renamed to "Clip Art", and new lovely clip art
  • Support for input method editor (IME) in in-place topic title editing (a big usability improvement for CJK and some European users)
  • New preference options to change the default behaviour of dragging/dropping external files
  • Re-calculate relative file hyperlinks on saving
  • Synchronized topic selection between editor and Gantt view
  • Each marker group is an expandable section in Markers view
  • Markers are resized automatically to fit topic font size
  • The order of markers in a topic is fixed to be as same as the order in Markers view
  • Turn off topic filter's highlight effect after deleting the marker used for the filter
  • Embed JRE in Windows installation folder
  • Increase the maximum memory settings for Windows versions
  • Many other smaller improvements

Fixed Bugs
  • On Windows, XMind fails to launch after Java upgraded to 1.7
  • On Windows, closing a loading browser editor causes script error and XMind hanging
  • On Mac OS X, the menu bar is still hidden when pressing "Esc" key to quit the Brainstorming or Presentation mode
  • On Mac OS X with Java 7 installed, XMind fails to open files with non-ASCII characters in their name
  • On Ubuntu 12.04 in German language, almost all key bindings are broken and it's impossible to type any word in topic
  • Hyperlinks are exported into unrecognizable code
  • XMind fails to locate collapsed topics when double-clicking them from search result
  • Hyperlinks in notes are exported as plain text to Word or PPT
  • Non-ASCII characters in file name are shown as "?" in recent opened file list
  • Topic's fill color, line color and line thickness property is not effective when applying an extracted theme
  • On Windows, XMind fails to conduct relative file hyperlinks across different drivers
  • Error occurs when XMind tries to open a removed/renamed home map on startup
  • Error occurs when clicking a removed/renamed file in recent opened file
  • Error occurs while exporting large mind maps to PDF (Map)
  • XMind crashes by clicking on the "Label" action in the context menu of the hyperlink/notes icon within the topic
  • On Mac OS X, double click on an XMind file in Finder to launch XMind causes an additional editor opened with errors
  • Some multi-thread access issues related to Save operation
  • Many other smaller bug fixes

10 comments on XMind  The Portable Freeware Collection Latest Entries Feed

Prodigious Juggalo 2010-04-06 12:14

This is simply the best mind map software available. The export function also produces great reports! Most of the functionality is enabled and free and if you need the other functionality, the montly 1-time charge cost is cheap! I've purchased the 1-month option twice to use the extended functionality, but typically I don't need it as it is great as-is. Don't go by the examples on the website as they don't show the true power of this project. It is hard to believe that this is a portable app!

Andries 2010-04-10 21:22

I can agree that this is excellent mindmapping software, better options compared to for example freemind. On the other hand, freemind in combination with ToDoList is even better. Not as a stand-alone app, it is the combination of the apps.

Ian from Barrie 2010-09-17 03:06

137 mb??? This is a boat anchor.

webfork 2010-09-17 05:32

To save some space, try AppCompactor.

BJK 2010-09-17 09:20

When I have tried to download the exe-file, I have got the error message that I have no rights to download.
Why?

Ian from Barrie 2010-09-17 13:06

AppCompactor shrank the app by about 1/3 using conservative settings with no obvious ill effects. Still about 100MB, though - the size of a well-dressed WAMP package. That's a big byte out of a small USB stick, and unless you want the functionality, I agree with Andries' suggestion. Notwithstanding, I AM keeping it on my hard drive. Very nice.

mc 2010-09-19 03:57

If you have Java installed on the Windows computers you usually use, then you can delete the JRE folder under XMind_Windows. With AppCompactor and deleting JRE, the size reduces to about 47 MB.

webfork 2011-01-03 17:56

To avoid downloading the Mac and Linux components and save a lot of bandwidth, use Free Download Manager's zip preview function http://www.portablefreeware.com/index.php?id=1364

Guna KS 2011-02-19 12:12

One of the amazing software that I've used . . Good job, guys . . .

V3.2.1

webfork 2011-06-27 18:46

Youtube user put together a great series of tutorials on xmind: http://www.youtube.com/user/frankshakaxmind#p/u

V3.2.1

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