Manage and check your mod versions across all platforms and PC.
Manage and check your mod versions across all platforms and PC.
Download and install Forge and Fabric mod loaders with a click of a button
Includes a mod manager to help with modders' woes.
Automatically checks Forge and Fabric for compatibility with Minecraft mods.
Live Reloads Forge and Fabric to detect changes and automatically apply them to your game.
Exports user edits to standard mod files.
Shows mod versions and information.
Provides a modded server for mod creators to test out mod changes before they're published.
Cross-platform and offline installation.
Minecraft Director is a utility that assists the player in keeping track of the memory used by the game itself, on your system. There have been some excellent memory management utilities that have come out recently, but this one takes the top spot due to its wide range of features. You'll find it incredibly easy to use, and you'll be able to view the amount of RAM, CPU usage and hard disk space that you have available.
Minecraft Director runs in the background and requires little in terms of system resources. It gives you a lot of control over how it behaves, so you can set options like how often to check on the RAM, CPU, HDD and network. These features will be available after the initial installation is complete, and you will be able to add new features easily.
Minecraft Director Description:
Powerful utility to help you keep track of the resources you use in Minecraft
Monitor hard disk space and available RAM
Automatically checks for updates and installs them
Allows you to see the time it takes to download and install an update
Automatically updates resources and maintains game compatibility
Easy to use and understand interface
You can set how often Minecraft Director checks on the RAM, CPU, HDD and the network
Make sure to check out the features available after the first installation is complete.
Manage Minecraft Profiles and your Minecraft mods. To use Minecraft Profile Editor, you'll need to do a few things. First, you'll have to download and install the profile file. Second, you'll have to manually rename the minecraft executable so that it knows what to look for when it finds the file. Third, you'll have to set up the profile and rename the executable. All of these steps are done in an easy-to-follow guide for you to follow, and the entire process should be finished within a few minutes.
A keyboard macro utility for Minecraft that will allow you to turn off your keyboard, swap the map, set custom sounds, change chat color, open the profile, change screen resolution, toggle CPU and GPU, change your music volume, change your map resolution, and other settings.
If the test server is down, or the build you are testing is not available, please download the server snapshot at
If you are experiencing issues with the setup of Java or mods, please make sure that you have installed Java SE 7 update 72.
To install, download the latest version of Minecraft for Java 7 and extract the jar file into your minecraft.jar directory.
For best performance, install the game via Steam or Oculus support. To do so, follow these steps:
Download and install Steam for your operating system.
Sign in to Steam and launch Minecraft from the main Steam menu.
Click on "Install" and follow the prompts.
If you are having problems with some or all modpacks, please delete the current minecraft.jar file and redownload the latest version of Minecraft.
To install modpacks, download them and unzip them in the minecraft.jar directory.
Minecraft is a sandbox construction and adventure game set in a 3D world where the player builds and explores.
You can play with friends in splitscreen or connect to a friends' Minecraft and play together.
Minecraft is free to download and play, though optional in-game purchases are available.
Minecraft was originally released as a Java application, but has since been ported to other operating systems and game consoles.
The Linux version is available in stable 1.7.2, nightly builds of the game (also known as "snowfoxes") are available in versions 1.8.x, 1.9.x, 1.10.x and 1.11.x for Linux. The Windows version is currently 1.6.4.
I have very few mods installed. I have one for vehicles. I just don't know how to make them. The mod is called "Remote Control", but how do I get it to work?
Ok, I installed the mod. It says I have a car. How do I start it and drive?
Click the "Open Cockpit" button.
Click the "Eject" button.
You will need to
Minecraft is all about building. You start out with a basic block of dirt, and you're able to add all sorts of objects to make for a fully functional base to build whatever you can dream up. Mods may have a lot to do with the creation of new games, but Minecraft also has a lot of fantastic things to do with it. For example, you can paint or draw whatever you'd like. You can create your own designs and landscapes, as well as add lights, make use of game-specific technology, or make use of the Forge or Fabric mod loaders to install mods easily. You can get all of the same things with Minecraft Manager. The best part of the application is that it really does do more than just mod management. You can also handle the profile settings, manage your packs, manage your mods, and install the mods in a way that's simple and safe. The main interface of the application has a few convenient features, but it's also a bit challenging to navigate.
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Minecraft mod manager
Minecraft mod manager
Minecraft is all about building. You start out with a basic block of dirt, and you're able to add all sorts of objects to make for a fully functional base to build whatever you can dream up. Mods may have a lot to do with the creation of new games, but Minecraft also has a lot of fantastic things to do with it. For example, you can paint or draw whatever you'd like. You can create your own designs and landscapes, as well as add lights, make use of game-specific technology, or make use of the Forge or Fabric mod loaders to install mods easily. You can get all of the same things with Minecraft Manager. The best part of the application is that it really does do more than just mod management. You can also handle the profile settings, manage your packs, manage your mods, and install the mods in a way that's simple and safe. The main interface of the application has a
Minecraft also has
Minecraft is an open-ended game where your imagination is the only limit! But what if we could take this to the next level and help you create your own works of art, like paintings, drawings, architectural designs, and more?
You're looking at just that -- a toolkit that's like Adobe Photoshop in that it's a virtual playground where you can create everything from simple images and designs to complex 3D structures. If you've never used a piece of software like Adobe Photoshop before, you're in for a treat -- a toolbox with everything you need to create, manipulate, and personalize your creations.
Looking for some inspiration? We've included tons of creative content for you to work with, like buildings, characters, vehicles, props, and textures. So what are you waiting for? Get your game face on and start crafting!
Create and edit your own images and designs
Build everything from simple to complex objects
Import, manipulate, and resize images
Create an infinite variety of objects and environments with infinite possibilities
Create your own texture pack from scratch or with a pre-packaged collection
Save your creations to the cloud so you can work on your project wherever you have an internet connection
Work with images, photos, videos, 3D scenes, and other content and craft some awesome works of art
Create high-resolution 3D scenes to export in STL files that you can print
Collaborate with your friends to create your own online universes and build them together
Create your own online universes, and then invite your friends to come play in them
Includes everything you need to create, work with, and publish 3D and 2D content
Everything you need to create, edit, work with, and share 2D and 3D content
Craft your own texture packs, and then create new work of art from scratch or with existing packs
Minecraft server administration tool is a Minecraft Forge addon developed by the great team at LosMuffins.
This tool can enable the user to protect server and keep the game alive by monitoring the game log and kill servers that are up to no good.
- Minecraft Forge 0.18.0 or newer.
The most ambitious project we've ever done! Also includes Paper Craft, Scanner, Loader, PNG Viewer, MD5 Viewer and other tools. Don't forget to download the 300mb Medibuntu repository to get support for the medibuntu debs for the gtk-recordmydesktop package.
Papercraft is a collection of tools to help you create crafts and craftsman
This is my quest to bring you the best Minecraft creations I can create. I'll be posting tutorials, walk
Windows 7 or later
Mac OS X 10.7 or later
Google Chrome version 31 or later
At least 6GB of RAM
1GB free disk space
The PC we used for the benchmark has a Dual Core Processor of 1.6 GHz with a RAM of 2 GB. We tried to keep an equal number of CPU threads active to equalize the level of CPU usage.
You can try the benchmark in the following link (unstable):
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