an open source PCB editor for Microsoft Windows, released under the GNU General Public License.

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32-bit application

Download Status Year of issue Current ID See what improvements have been made
FreePcb v2.0 stable 2019 32L link(to just read)
FreePcb v2.0 + Schematic Constructor v1.0 completion of testing 2020 33s link(to just read)
FreePcb v2.1 + Schematic Constructor v1.1 at the testing stage 2021 28 link(to just read)
FreePcb v2.2 + Schematic Constructor v1.2 at the testing stage 2021 17 link(to just read)
Underway FreePcb v2.3 + Schematic Constructor v1.3 debug (not recommended) 2022 02 link(home)

Schematic constructor is distributed under the DonationWare license. If you liked the package and started using it, then you must post a link to on your website or on your social page, or you can donate $ 10 to the Freepcb-2 foundation.

Why is the Current ID of long-released versions sometimes updated? Why update the program if everything works anyway? It would seem that the program works stably, and you do not have the slightest desire to waste precious time on this. In order to verify otherwise, it should be understood that updates of working versions are usually released to fix holes, and new features or improvements can only be made to the latest debug version of FreePcb2. When a developer becomes aware of a critical security breach in a product, he releases updates to previous versions of the product. Timely software updates ensure that you are using the most current version without bugs and vulnerabilities.