Download the installer certified by EnterpriseDB for all supported PostgreSQL versions.
This installer includes the PostgreSQL server, pgAdmin; a graphical tool for managing and developing your databases, and StackBuilder; a package manager that can be used to download and install additional PostgreSQL tools and drivers. Stackbuilder includes management, integration, migration, replication, geospatial, connectors and other tools.
This installer can run in graphical or silent install modes.
The installer is designed to be a straightforward, fast way to get up and running with PostgreSQL on Windows.
Advanced users can also download a zip archive of the binaries, without the installer. This download is intended for users who wish to include PostgreSQL as part of another application installer.
The installers are tested by EnterpriseDB on the following platforms. They can generally be expected to run on other comparable versions:
|PostgreSQL Version||64 Bit Windows Platforms||32 Bit Windows Platforms|
|10||2016, 2012 R2 & R1, 2008 R2, 7, 8, 10||2008 R1, 7, 8, 10|
|9.6||2012 R2 & R1, 2008 R2, 7, 8, 10||2008 R1, 7, 8, 10|
|9.5||2012 R2 & R1, 2008 R2||2008 R1|
|9.4||2012 R2, 2008 R2||2008 R1|
|9.3||2012, 2008 R2||2008 R1|
|9.2||2008 R2 & R1||2008 R1|
Download the graphical installer from BigSQL for all supported versions.
This distribution includes the PostgreSQL server, a graphical component manager, command line and graphical tools for managing databases, plus many open source community components.
Integrated components include web and desktop developer tools, geospatial, provisioning & management, compatibility & migration, backup/restore, integration with external databases (Cassandra, Oracle, SQL Server, Hadoop), and procedural languages (Python, Perl, Java, and TCL).
This distribution is a fast, developer-friendly way to get a complete PostgreSQL environment installed and running. It uses an open source toolchain to build PostgreSQL and extensions, which simplifies cross-platform development of extensions.
Advanced users can also download a command line version of the distribution, for scriptable installs or embedding with other applications.