Anaconda Navigator Mac Download

Step 1: download Anaconda You can go here to download Anaconda. Then scroll down a little to the part that says “Anaconda 2019.03 for macOS Installer.” You’ll need to know which version of Python you have, so go to your terminal and type. To try Navigator, after installing the Anaconda, click the Navigator icon on your os program menu, or in the Anaconda prompt (or terminal on Linux or macOS), run this command: anaconda-navigator. If you open the Anaconda Navigator, it looks like the below image.

System requirements¶

Navigator can search for packages on Anaconda Cloud or in a local Anaconda Repository. It is available for Windows, macOS, and Linux. To get Navigator, get the Navigator Cheat Sheet and install Anaconda. The Getting started with Navigator section shows how to start Navigator from the shortcuts or from a terminal window.

Operating systems: Navigator supports the same operating systems thatthe Anaconda Distribution supports. These include:

  • Windows 8 or newer, 32-bit or 64-bit.
  • macOS 10.13+, 64-bit.
  • Ubuntu 14+/Centos6+, 64-bit.

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Python: Versions 2.7, 3.6, 3.7, and 3.8.

Install Anaconda Navigator Mac

To use Navigator in online mode, you must be able to reach these sites, so you may need to add them to a whitelist in your network’s firewall settings.

  • for repositories and installers
  • for conda-forge and other channels on Anaconda Cloud (
  • ( to check internet connectivity with Google Public DNS

Installing Navigator¶

Navigator is automatically installed when you install Anacondaversion 4.0.0 or higher.

If you have Minicondaor an older version of Anaconda installed, you can install Navigator from an Anaconda Promptby running the command condainstallanaconda-navigator.

To start Navigator, see Getting Started.

Uninstalling Navigator¶

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To uninstall Anaconda Navigator, open the Anaconda Prompt (terminal on macOS orLinux), and enter this command:


To uninstall all of Anaconda see Uninstalling Anaconda.

Configuring Navigator to work with a local Anaconda Repository¶


If you’re an Anaconda Enterprise subscriber, you can configureNavigator to search for packages in your local Anaconda Repositoryinstead of searching on


To configure Navigator to search in a local Anaconda Repository:

  1. In the top menu bar’s Anaconda Navigator menu (on macOS it’s File),select Preferences.

  2. In the Anaconda API domain field, type the address of your localAnaconda Repository.

  3. Click the Apply button.

  4. At the top of the Navigator window, click the Sign in to Anaconda Cloud button.

  5. In the Username and Password fields, type your Anaconda Repositoryusername and password.

  6. Click the Login button.