DB Browser for SQLite for Microsoft Windows systems

DB Browser for SQLite provides a data base management system (DBMS) for SQLite databases on a variety of operating systems. It is available for Microsoft Windows operating systems—there is even a portable application version that does not have to be installed, but instead can be run from a USB flash drive. The software is also available for macOS—see DB Browser for SQLite on OS X— and Linux systems. SQLIte itself is a relational database management system (RDBMS) available for a variety of operating systems. SQLite is freely available under a public domain license and DB Browser for SQLite is also freely available under a GNU General Public License (GPL). DB Browser for SQLite provides the underlying SQLite software, so you don't need to install SQLite on a system prior to installng DB Browser for SQLite.

DB Browser for SQLite on Windows

When you install the software, you will be prompted as to where you wish to place the shortcuts to start the software. They can be placed on the Desktop and/or in the Program Menu.

DB Browser shortcuts

You will next be prompted for whether you wish to include all of the extensions, i.e., Math, Formats, and Fileio, with the installation and for the location into which the software should be installed. For the 64-bit version of the software, the default location is C:\Program Files\DB Browser for SQLite—see Determining if your version of Windows is a 32-bit or 64-bit version or Determining the version of Microsoft Windows from the command line, if you don't know whether you have a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows on a system.



DB Browser Custom Setup

Related articles:

  1. DB Browser for SQLite on OS X
  2. Adding a table to a database with DB Browser for SQLite
  3. Adding a field to an SQLite table with DB Browser for SQLite