X-Chat
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XChat 2.4.1a
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7
License
Proprietary (30 day trialware)

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XChat 2.4.1a

XChat 2.4.1a (1.64 MB)

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System Requirements of XChat 2.4.1a
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
Program Information of XChat 2.4.1a
Version Name:
XChat 2.4.1a

File Size:
1.64 MB

MD5 Checksum:
222012d7a274234c5f60c09e3da6c316

SHA1 Checksum:
2F2F4BCAA5D7FD1ACBF747A6F04286062728D4EB

Version History of XChat 2.4.1a
  • Fixed crashes when running in Italian or Catalan languages.
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?

XChat is a full-featured IRC client and includes all basic functionalities that are found in most other IRC clients, including CTCP, DCC file transfers and chats.