Kermit for Windows



Kermit for Windows is available in both 16 and 32 bit versions. Be sure to select the correct platform for proper operation. Installation instructions are provided below.

32-bit Application:
Use this version for either 32 or 64 bit versions of Windows NT, XP, Vista, 7, 8, 8.1, or 10.

[Download Self-Installing Executable]
[Download Zip File]
16-bit Application:
Use this version for Windows ME, or 95.

[Download Self-Installing Executable]
[Download Zip File]

Installation Instructions

You may download the file as either a standard zip file or as a self-installing executable. It is easier to download the self-installing executable.

Kermit for Windows includes an uninstall option which will cleanly remove all traces of the application.

NOTE: Versions prior to 0.85 do not have an automated setup program to perform the install or uninstall. Manual installation instructions are included in the downloaded distribution files.

Self-installing Executable Installation

  1. Select the self-installing executable option above and then download.
  2. Your browser may ask if you want to execute or save the file.
  3. If you choose to execute the file, the installation program will be initiated automatically -- just follow the prompts.
  4. If you choose to save the file, wait for the download to complete, then execute the downloaded file to start the installation.

Zip Archive Installation

  1. If you don't already have a .zip file manager, download WinZip (or equivalent) and install it.
  2. Select the zip archive option above and then download.
  3. Invoke your .zip file manager and open the Kermit for Windows distribution file you just downloaded (your web browser may do this automatically).
  4. Use the .zip file manager to extract all files from the distribution .zip file.
  5. One of the extracted files will be setup.exe. Run this file to install the software.
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Revised Fri Dec 19, 1997

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