Telegram for Windows is a desktop version, for using your favorite messenger from your personal computer. Through the PC it is more convenient to keep chatting, downloading content and files using a normal keyboard. Your account is tied to your phone number, so all the content you downloaded on the desktop version is immediately reflected in the mobile version of the application. Use the link on this page to download the official free version of Telegram for Windows.

The Telegram platform positions itself as a messenger that can provide complete privacy for each user. Transmitted information is encrypted using 256-bit AES encryption, 2048-bit RSA encryption, and secure Diffie-Hellman key exchange. In addition, mechanisms are used to clean traces of correspondence on the devices of the recipient and the sender of the files.

Users are able to exchange large files without any limitations, because all information is stored in cloud storage of Telegram and does not use disc space on user's PC.

The program is suitable for installation on Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10, 11 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. As of 2019, the release for Windows XP and Vista is discontinued, the latest version for them is 1.8.15.

Options and features of Telegram for Windows

  • messaging and multimedia sharing;
  • creating groups and channels;
  • user-friendly interface;
  • security for the user;
  • bot-assistants;
  • no ads and subscription fees;
  • synchronization on all devices;
  • catalog of themes, emoticons, stickers;
  • registration by phone number.

How to install Telegram messenger for Windows

Follow the link on this page and download the download file, then unzip it and start installing the program on your PC. Once the application is installed, open the messenger and start communicating with your friends.

Conclusion

Telegram is a famous messenger that has fans all over the world. The application has a high prevalence in Russian-speaking countries, this is due to the fact that the creator of the application Pavel Durov is a Russian programmer, who previously created the famous network VKontakte.