Julia is a free open source, high performance language for
scientific and numeric computing. In this tutorial, I will
show you how to download and install Julia (Version: 1.4.1,
64 bit) on Microsoft Windows. You can also download 32-bit
version for windows.
Step – 1 Download Julia Setup File
At the outset, you need to download the Julia package on
your local machine. You download Julia for windows
through their official website. Here, I have used the latest
official stable release ( Version: 64 bit Julia v1.4.1 for
windows) for installation.
If you want to know more platform specific information for
installation then visit this website.
Step 2: Run Setup File
Once you have completed the download, then run the Julia
setup file (julia 1.4.1 win64) for installation. It will take a
couple of minutes to unzip and complete the entire process.
Step 3: Julia Installation
After running the setup up file, you will see the following
In this phase, you can select the installation directory to
Now click on the install button to proceed for the next
Step 4: Run the Julia Software
Once the installation is done, you will see the following
screenshot of the final installation.
Now, click on the checkbox to run the Julia software.
The following command line interface will come as soon as
the installation is finished.
Here, I am going to show you how to print ‘Hello World’.
using the command prompt.
You can use the following Integrated Development
Environments (IDEs) or Editors to write the Julia source