Sorry, but you cannot install it on Windows 7. Adobe is building XD on a newer Windows development platform that requires Windows 10. From what I've read and seen, XD will never work on anything prior to Windows 10.
I need to have Xd adobe for my work so can i get it
It's no explanation for me... I want to use it, but I want to maintain my windows 7 without updating it to win10... It is very unfair and craptalk to force using something I dont't want to... shame.
Windows 7 is almost nine years old now, and cannot support this much-newer application; it's as simple as that – sorry.
The good news, at least, is that Adobe just made XD completely free for everyone worldwide, forever, for those who have Windows 10:
You cannot install Adobe XD on window 7 as it has some lacking features in comparison with Windows 10 and XD is made for windows 10 and so on.
thanks for copy&paste answer... I don't see any problem besides marketing and forcing to use win10 when I dont want to... and do not reply that you have arleady written...
More powerfull Adobe programs can run on earlier version of windows so why Adobe Xd can't? Because someone on the top forced it, that's why...
And I can install it on my Iphone SE but on win7 I cannot fck logic yeah!
Sorry, that doesn't make sense... There's simply no reason Adobe "marketing" would want to force use of Windows 10 if the application could readily run on Windows 7 as well. Quite the opposite, in fact – if they limited it to only the newer o/s version unnecessarily, then that would restrict the potential user base – and wouldn't be anything anyone (either the company or its users) would want, if it weren't necessary for what the developers wanted to achieve.
The reason Adobe XD is Win10-only is because it is built on a platform (UWP) that Windows 7 simply does not support. That is all. Any other line of discussion is not fruitful or productive.
it should available for win 7 because there are so many designer who using win 7,
why Adobe xd not available for windows 7, its business strategist .?
I'll soon be attempting to install a virtual machine on my Win7 OS, and within that virtuall machine install Win10 and then install Adobe XD just to give it a try. That is the only workaround Adobe's limitations I can think of.
We are sorry to hear you are experiencing issue with Adobe XD on windows 10. We would request you to please check out this article: https://helpx.adobe.com/in/xd/system-requirements.html for system requirments in order to use Adobe XD.
Let us know if that helps.
And you just decided to drop that tldr bombshell that helps no body and insults everyone looking for help.
Typicall Adobe Authorised Support
No it doesn't help, and even the smallest amount of bother on your part would have made it painfully obvious that your comment is as useless as a royal family in a democratic country.
You can install a virtual machine on your Win7, and install Win10 on that virtual machine, then the Adobe XD.
Alternativeley here are a couple o programs to replace your need for Adobe XD: