Demo-version

Don't forget to log in as administrator or root before downloading and installing i2Brain. (This doesn't apply to Windows 98 or Me.)

The current version is 3.2.1. It requires Java Version 6 or later.

Most modern computers already have Java 6 installed. If you have any problems, please check your version and upgrade:

Windows: http://java.com/en/download/index.jsp

Linux: http://openjdk.java.net/install/

Download i2Brain for Windows®

Vista users: please rename the downloaded file to "setup.exe" so that a "security mechanism" permits the installation.

Download i2Brain for Mac OS X 10.

If you are updating, please rename the current folder where i2Brain is installed and then run the installer.

Download i2Brain for Linux® as a .deb file.

Everything is installed under /opt/i2Brain.
You just need to set the permissions (At least /opt/i2Brain/data should be writable).
Then you start /opt/i2Brain/i2brain (without a Terminal).

Download i2Brain for Linux® as a .rpm file.

Everything is installed in your current folder, in opt/i2Brain.
You just need to set the permissions (At least opt/i2Brain/data should be writable).
Then you start opt/i2Brain/i2brain (without a Terminal).

Download i2Brain for Linux.


All downloads are about 6 MB.


If you aren't administrator and know a little about starting Java™ programs, you can alternatively just download i2brain.jar to get a feel for the program.

If the installer can't find Java™ 6.0 or later on your computer, it will ask you whether it is in an unexpected directory, or whether it should be installed from the internet. In the latter case 20 MB more are downloaded.


Take a look at the help texts here - perhaps while the download is running. They contain a manual and a quick-start introduction. (Of course, they are also available without an internet connection in i2Brain via the Help menu in the main window and F1.)



Special offer: after trying out the software, you might think that it could help you, but you're not really sure how - or you want to know more about the program, arrange a free 30-minute consultation on the phone. We'd like to help you!

Send us an email to arrange the time. (Please tell us your time-zone.)



This demo version is limited to 25 elements (including links) and 4 aspects. Buying a licence removes these limitations.

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