X-Chat
Old Version of XChat 2.6.1c
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XChat 2.6.1c
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
License
Proprietary (30 day trialware)

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XChat 2.6.1c

XChat 2.6.1c (1.58 MB)

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System Requirements of XChat 2.6.1c
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
Program Information of XChat 2.6.1c
Version Name:
XChat 2.6.1c

File Size:
1.58 MB

MD5 Checksum:
95817d5360d681f2d6b9de1ba1efce0c

SHA1 Checksum:
862D1DFE0CAE9A6557BDC6F567B0E1921BF5388E

Version History of XChat 2.6.1c
  • Improved the sorting speed of the Channel List by 25% (clicking the column headings).
  • Various improvements from the 2.6.1 unix release: http://xchat.org/changelog.txt
X-Chat Screenshots
This is the first step to install X-Chat. You can click Next to continue with the installation. More
Above screenshots shows and gives the user option what components one would like to install. More
In this screenshot, X-Chat gives you an option install the file at a custom location. By default it installs on your C: drive in "Program Files" More
About X-Chat

X-Chat, commonly written XChat or xchat, is one of the most popular IRC clients for Unix-like systems. It is also available for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X (via an offshoot of the project, called X-Chat Aqua, which keeps in sync with the main development branch and is much more popular than the official version maintained by the Fink project).

It has a choice of a tabbed or tree interface, support for multiple servers, and a high level of configurability. Both command line and graphical versions are available, although use of the graphical version far outweighs use of the command line version.

X-Chat Features

  • Lightweight - Very samll installatoin files
  • Plugins supported
  • Tabbed interface
  • High Level of Configurability
  • Graphical and command line version availability

Updates : X-Chat Updates

Did You Know?

Both command line and graphical versions are available. The main code is licensed under the GNU General Public License, but the official Windows version is Shareware, and uses the GTK+ toolkit for its interface.