Where can I download a copy of the 'free' (and I use that word loosely in relation to Blender) Blender program without having to give my inside leg measurements, or signing up for a daily collection of spam emails? I don't want the world and everyone else to help me with a few 3d models that I want to use myself. I don't want to receive a 'you may be interested in this...' offer of add-ons or plans for a house, of horse. I just want the program because Daz3D says that I 'HAVE' to use this program. I even have to give my email address so that I can read any answers to this question, presumably because I'm too stupid to re-visit these pages knowing that someone has answered. Oh and my inside leg is 32".

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    $\begingroup$ Honestly, just out of interest, how did you try to download Blender? If I type "blender download" into any of my search engine, the official download page is always the first result. If this is difficult for some users, it should be improved, so sharing your story would help. $\endgroup$ – Leander Apr 21 '20 at 11:50
  • $\begingroup$ I'm also curious because you write "Daz3D says that I 'HAVE' to use this program". Daz3D is a commercial, standalone 3D software. Could it be that you signed up to some Daz3D newsletter? I would be very surprised if Daz3D requires you to use Blender. Just to be clear, Blender is not affiliated with Daz3D in any form. $\endgroup$ – Robert Gützkow Apr 21 '20 at 12:20

You can download Blender from the official website www.blender.org. There's absolutely no sign-up required. Blender is truly free software, since it is open source and GPL licensed. More information about Blender and the Blender Foundation can be found on the About page.

The following versions of Blender can be downloaded:

Please check that your hardware fulfills the minimum requirements for running the current version of Blender. If your hardware is unsupported you may have to use an older version of Blender with lower requirements.


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