Inkscape for Windows

  • Free

  • In English
  • V 1.3.2
  • 3.9

  • Security Status
Dinkar Kamat
Dinkar KamatUpdated 3 months ago

Inkscape - Create and edit graphic vectors with total simplicity.

Inkscape is a free graphic editor for Windows that can be used for personal and professional purposes. The program has a complete set of design tools that allow you to work with vector graphics files, known as SVG. It also allows you to work with rasterized images (bitmaps).

Inkscape works similarly to Adobe Illustrator, although the Adobe program requires a subscription, while Inkscape is completely free. For those who work more with rasterized graphics than vector graphics, other alternatives to Inkscape are GIMP, Krita, or Sketchbook.

The best option for creating vectorized images

If you want to design logos or have the need to use specific images in different web projects, using vectorized images is more useful than using rasterized images, due to the limitations of this format when enlarging them without losing resolution.

Inkscape is a vector graphics software used daily by many designers to create a wide variety of graphics, such as icons, illustrations, logos, maps, diagrams, and web designs. It is a free and open-source software that integrates Scalable Vector Graphic as its native format.

Inkscape provides sophisticated vector drawing tools with capabilities comparable to professional standards. It allows importing and exporting various file formats, including AI, SVG, EPS, PS, PDF, and PNG. It has user-friendly functionalities, a simple interface, multi-language support, and is extensible, as users can customize Inkscape's functions with its numerous extensions.


Constantly evolving

Inkscape has a growing community of users, and there are multiple learning materials that will help you carry out your creations. Support and assistance are provided by the community itself.

If you are new to creating vector graphics, it may seem complex at first, but soon you will be able to experience the power and flexibility that Inkscape provides. Generally, users prefer vector design for creating logos, icons, and illustrations that can be scaled without losing resolution.

Inkscape incorporates the typical tools of a drawing program, in addition to providing the ability to work with layers. The latest versions of the program feature an improved user interface and greater compatibility with 4K/HiDPI screens.

Professional results with a free tool

Inkscape is an excellent design program that includes all kinds of professional features for free, such as strokes, shapes, text, clones, markers, transformations, alpha channel blending, patterns, gradients, and grouping. It also supports Creative Commons metadata, layers, node editing, graphic file vectorization, complex path operations, and direct XML editing, among other functions.

Furthermore, Inkscape allows you to create a vector graphic from any digitized real-world artwork, such as a sketch or simple doodles on a napkin. Once vectorized, you can create professional-quality designs thanks to the extensive functionalities offered by Inkscape.

Inkscape is available for Windows Vista and higher versions, including Windows 11. Additionally, the program is fully translated into Spanish, so you can work on your designs without getting lost along the way.

Inkscape is an Open Source vector graphics editor, with capabilities similar to Illustrator, Freehand, CorelDraw, or Xara X using the W3C standard Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) file format. Supported SVG features include shapes, paths, text, markers, clones, alpha blending, transforms, gradients, patterns, and grouping. Inkscape also supports Creative Commons meta-data, node editing, layers, complex path operations, bitmap tracing, text-on-path, flowed text, direct XML editing, and more. It imports formats such as Postscript, EPS, JPEG, PNG, and TIFF and exports PNG as well as multiple vector-based formats.

Inkscape's main goal is to create a powerful and convenient drawing tool fully compliant with XML, SVG, and CSS standards. We also aim to maintain a thriving user and developer community by using open, community-oriented development process, and by making sure Inkcape is easy to learn, to use, and to extend.


  • Free, open source, and multi-platform
  • In continuous improvement by the community
  • Import data such as <JPEG>, <PNG>, and <Postscript>.
  • Export PNG to multiple vector-based formats


  • Some tools and functions are limited.
  • Compatibility issues with some files
  • It does not have a preview of filters and effects.
  • No cuenta con <span class="highlight">paleta Pantone</span>. (It does not have a Pantone palette.)

Also available in other platforms

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Inkscape for PC

  • Free

  • In English
  • V 1.3.2
  • 3.9

  • Security Status

User reviews about Inkscape

  • Fiona Mizu

    by Fiona Mizu

    It is easy to use for us.

  • Lorralee Opperman

    by Lorralee Opperman

    Easy to learn, easy to use. Tons of features, love using in my paper crafting.

  • Rehana Guroong

    by Rehana Guroong

    Its a really good app for those how enjoy working with software programe

  • H.L Lowe

    by H.L Lowe

    very good lets you do anything on the computer lets me do a lots of things

  • Leila Almasi

    by Leila Almasi

    I actually use Inkscape more often than Adobe Illustrator. I think most of us know how complicated Adobe Illustrator is and it really requires a day o More

  • Amit Kummar

    by Amit Kummar

    Even though Inkscape is a free software tool, it doesn't change the fact that it produces high quality icons and images. To be honest, I used this sof More


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