Notice: MEGA is not optimized to run on newer macOS computers with ARM-based M1 chips. Although MEGA has been run on these systems, performance is very poor. For users with macOS systems using M1 chips, the Windows or Linux version of MEGA can be run using virtualization or emulation software. Several options for doing so are available including Parallels, Crossover, and VMWareFusion.
IMPORTANT: This version of MEGA is for macOS 10.14 (Mohave) and earlier. See system requirements below.
MEGA is provided FREE for use in research and education (see terms below)
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Important Notice: By downloading MEGA, you are agreeing not to redistribute the MEGA software and associated materials partially or fully in any form.
This version is for Ubuntu/Debian it is NOT intended to be used on any other operating system, as it has not been optimized for those platforms.
This version of MEGA is developed for use on Ubuntu/Debian systems. For using MEGA on other operating systems please go back to the main page and select the appropriate operating system.
IMPORTANT: MEGA7 (and earlier) for macOS is a 32-bit application. Because macOS has dropped support for 32-bit applications beginning in version 10.15 (Catalina), the macOS version of MEGA7 (and earlier) will only run on the following versions of macOS:
Although utmost care has been taken to ensure the correctness of the software, the software is provided "as is" without any warranty of any kind. In no event shall the authors or their employers be liable for any damages, including special, consequential, or other damages. Authors specifically disclaim all other warranties, expressed or implied, including but not limited to the determination of suitability of this product for a specific purpose, use, or application.