A custom launcher for Minecraft that allows you to easily manage multiple installations of Minecraft at once (by MultiMC)

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  • Please someone help me install mods | 2021-10-16
  • Is there any way to use Microsoft account with the legacy launcher or any other launcher with the legacy UI? | 2021-10-16
    probably not with an unmodded version. if you want to use a different launcher for whatever reason i would recommend taking a look at MultiMC ( its a free multi platform launcher that lets you log in with both mojang and microsoft accounts and lets you have multiple installations of minecraft in the same launcher (very nice with modpacks so that you don’t have to keep messing around in the mods folder) its works on macos, linux and windows. so if you are using the old launcher because the new one doesn’t work on your current operating system this launcher might just work!
  • Instance Manager / Launcher with curseforge and modrinth support?
  • Where is a guide that tells me how to download mods? And what’s a safe place to get them from? | 2021-10-13
  • New To Forge | 2021-10-10
    See some screenshots here:
  • Modding | 2021-10-10
  • Can't install forge 1.12.2 on mac | 2021-10-09
    I use Multi MC for addons and mods. might make it easier.
  • Pre-Loading FTB Revelations?
    Honestly Just get GDlauncher or MultiMC , both eliminate the need for the overwolf FTB hybrid. GDlauncher is pretty straight forward , I dont personally use MultiMC but alot of people do so theres bound to be guides on yt .
  • The old launcher does not support Microsoft accounts | 2021-10-06
    MultiMC is what you're looking for. It tries to retain compatibility with very old MC.
  • Mods? | 2021-10-04
    MultiMC is a fantastic modded manager as well...very customizable, super lightweight, and easy to use - That's what I use 90% of the time.
  • Is the CurseForge launcher safe | 2021-10-02
    Both CurseForge and MultiMC are trusted and safe. CurseForge is owned by Overwolf, which is a trusted company partners like Intel and Ubisoft. MultiMC is also completely safe, and in fact this is the launcher I mainly use instead of the vanilla launcher. If you really don't trust MultiMC, take a look at it's source code here
  • WIP: Castle Market (OC) This is part of the first area of the first city I've built/been building in Minecraft. I've touched it up since, but the bulk of this area was made while homeless last January. I started it on my birthday. <3 Critique welcomed & encouraged! I want to be better!!!! <3<3<3
    I use:
  • Minecraft running out of memory
    I would recommend switching to MultiMC or GDLauncher. Preferably GDLauncher, it's very beginner-friendly. There you can easily set how much RAM you want to make available to Minecraft in the settings
  • Help with Mods | 2021-09-28
    MultiMC is what I use, it's a bit more complicated but is also more lightweight and clean -
  • Building a PC for modded minecraft, ideal specs??
    Fast single-threaded processing. The M1 Macs do best, but have some issues with older versions like 1.12 because there are some problems with LWJGL 2 and running on the ARM64 architecture. For LWJGL 3 I think there are patches or alternative versions available, and it's easy enough to sub in a patched version with MultiMC. On my Air I got silky-smooth performance but frequent crashes on a test of an early ARM64-native JVM with no LWJGL tweaks. You can use an x64 JVM (Mac OS includes the Rosetta 2 software that allows an M1 Mac to run x64-compiled Mac programs), but you'll sacrifice a bunch of performance if you do that. Past that, you're looking at an i9-11900K or KF as ideal; that's what I picked for my recent build. Intel wins for Minecraft; AMD's specialty is multi-threaded stuff.


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MultiMC/MultiMC5 is an open source project licensed under GNU General Public License v3.0 or later which is an OSI approved license.

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