Compatibility List

Operating Systems

  • Windows 10*
  • Windows 11*
  • macOS High Sierra
  • 10.14 Mojave
  • 10.15 Catalina
  • 11 Big Sur
  • 12 Monterey
  • 13 Ventura
  • Debian**
  • Ubuntu**
  • Fedora**
  • Arch**

*Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 are not supported by FalixNodes, but may work. We do recommend that you upgrade to Windows 10, Windows 11, or switch to a modern operating system.

**Make sure you’re using an up to date Linux Kernal.


Only x86_64 (64-bit) is supported by FalixNodes. Other options like ARM, aarch64, and others are not supported. For M1 and M2 chips on Apple computers, you can use Rosetta to run the 64-bit of FalixNodes Desktop.

Desktop Environments (Linux)

  • KDE
  • XFCE
  • Openbox
  • LXDE
  • Cinnoman
  • Deepin
  • MATE
  • LXQT

Other DEs like i3 and SOAS are not supported, but may work depending on your setup


There are two ways of installing FalixNodes Desktop and that with either using a setup file or from the Microsoft Store.

Setup File

Download the latest version from the update server and run the file.

Microsoft Store

You can also search for “FalixNodes” in the Microsoft Store and find FalixNodes Desktop. Just click “Install”.

Since the setup file is unsigned, Windows may show a SmartScreen warning that it can’t regonize the app and that it is from an “Unknown Publisher”. Simply click “Show More” and “Run Anyway”.


Download the latest version from the update server and run the DMG file.

Drag the app icon into the Application folder, once it’s done copying the app has been installed.

If a security warning shows up, open the Security settings in System Settings, and click Allow.



Download the latest version from the update server and look for the file in your Downloads folder.

Right-click on the file and open it’s properties and for permissions, allow the file to executable.

With the terminal, you can also run:

chmod 777 ./falixnodes-desktop.AppImage

Snap Store FalixNodes Desktop is also available in the Snap Store for Ubuntu users, download here or run this command:

sudo snap install falixnodes


Yes, Chromebooks are also able to run FalixNodes Desktop. Make sure Linux is enabled on your Chromebook before proceeding.

Just follow the AppImage instruction in the Linux section of this article and it should run. If not, you also might be able to run it via terminal by pressing Ctrl + Alt + T and running:



CPU usage is high

In the appearance settings, you can try disabling the blur effect and should reduce the CPU usage.

Everything looks janky and is overlaying on top of each other

In rare cases, this can be caused by the navigation function not being activated in time during the startup of the software. Simply select a tab in the sidebar or reload/restart the app and the issue should be fixed. The code behind this is being improved in FalixNodes Desktop v4 to prevent this from happening.


FalixNodes Desktop does NOT include an adblocker, either ads didn’t load in time or something on your system or network is blocking ads.

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If you’ve any questions about FalixNodes Desktop, please contact it’s developer. Do not email them for support.

FalixNodes Desktop is also proudly open source on GitHub, so if you want to you can compile and build the code yourself.

For support on FalixNodes Desktop, you can either ask for help in our #public-support channel on our Discord Server or submit an issue on GitHub.