|This article relies on references to primary sources. (January 2013)|
|Operating system||Linux, Windows, Mac, Android|
|Size||21 MB + ZIM file|
|Available in||100+ languages|
Kiwix is a free program used to view Wikipedia offline, meaning it does not use an Internet connection. This is done by reading the content of the project stored in a file of the ZIM format, which contains the compressed contents of articles. It is possible to read any Wikimedia project, although it was originally designed only for Wikipedia.
The software is designed for computers without Internet access, and in particular, schools in developing countries, where accessing the Internet is more difficult or costly. Kiwix has designed a version specifically for the organization SOS Children with this use in mind.
Kiwix uses the Mozilla framework and is available in more than 100 languages, being localised on translatewiki.net. It has full text search, tabbed navigation, and the option to export articles to PDF and HTML.
Kiwix has its own GUI for Linux, Windows and Mac-OS X. A web server is available for all Operating systems.
- "Kiwix". SourceForge. Retrieved 22 March 2012.
- "(fr) ASRI Education may 2013" (in (French)). Asri-education.org. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
- "kiwix aims to spread wikipedias reach february 2013". Slashdot.org. 2013-02-04. Retrieved 2013-07-10.
- Official website
- Kiwix on SourceForge.net
- RSS/Atom Planet
- Kiwix's microblog feed
- some ZIM files for Kiwix
- Media related to Kiwix at Wikimedia Commons
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