Download and install Azure Data Studio

Azure Data Studio runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux.

Download and install the latest release, the October Release:

Note

If you're updating from SQL Operations Studio and want to keep your settings, keyboard shortcuts, or code snippets, see Move user settings.

Platform Download Release date Version
Windows Installer
.zip
October 18, 2018 1.1.3
macOS .zip October 18, 2018 1.1.3
Linux .deb
.rpm
.tar.gz
October 18, 2018 1.1.3

For details about the latest release, see the release notes.

Get Azure Data Studio for Windows

This release of Azure Data Studio includes a standard Windows installer experience, and a .zip:

Installer

  1. Download and run the Azure Data Studio installer for Windows.
  2. Start the Azure Data Studio app.

.zip file

  1. Download Azure Data Studio .zip for Windows.
  2. Browse to the downloaded file and extract it.
  3. Run \azuredatastudio-windows\azuredatastudio.exe

Get Azure Data Studio for macOS

  1. Download Azure Data Studio for macOS.
  2. To expand the contents of the zip, double-click it.
  3. To make Azure Data Studio available in the Launchpad, drag Azure Data Studio.app to the Applications folder.

Get Azure Data Studio for Linux

  1. Download Azure Data Studio for Linux by using one of the installers or the tar.gz archive:
  2. To extract the file and launch Azure Data Studio, open a new Terminal window and type the following commands:

    Debian Installation:

    cd ~
    sudo dpkg -i ./Downloads/azuredatastudio-linux-<version string>.deb
    
    azuredatastudio
    

    rpm Installation:

    cd ~
    yum install ./Downloads/azuredatastudio-linux-<version string>.rpm
    
    azuredatastudio
    

    tar.gz Installation:

    cd ~ 
    cp ~/Downloads/azuredatastudio-linux-<version string>.tar.gz ~ 
    tar -xvf ~/azuredatastudio-linux-<version string>.tar.gz 
    echo 'export PATH="$PATH:~/azuredatastudio-linux-x64"' >> ~/.bashrc
    source ~/.bashrc 
    azuredatastudio 
    

    Note

    On Debian, Redhat, and Ubuntu, you may have missing dependencies. Use the following commands to install these dependencies depending on your version of Linux:

Debian:

sudo apt-get install libunwind8

Redhat:

yum install libXScrnSaver

Ubuntu:

sudo apt-get install libxss1

sudo apt-get install libgconf-2-4

sudo apt-get install libunwind8

Uninstall Azure Data Studio

If you installed Azure Data Studio using the Windows installer, then uninstall the same way you remove any Windows application.

If you installed Azure Data Studio with a .zip or other archive, then simply delete the files.

Supported Operating Systems

Azure Data Studio runs on Windows, macOS, and Linux, and is supported on the following platforms:

Windows

  • Windows 10 (64-bit)
  • Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
  • Windows 8 (64-bit)
  • Windows 7 (SP1) (64-bit) - Requires KB2533623
  • Windows Server 2016
  • Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2012 (64-bit)
  • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)

macOS

  • macOS 10.13 High Sierra
  • macOS 10.12 Sierra

Linux

  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.4
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7.3
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server v12 SP2
  • Ubuntu 16.04

Check for updates

To check for latest updates, click the gear icon on the bottom left of the window and click Check for Updates

Supported SQL offerings (SSMS 18.0 preview)

Move user settings

If you want to move your custom settings, keyboard shortcuts, or code snippets, follow the steps below. This is important to do if you are upgrading from SQL Operations Studio version to Azure Data Studio.

If you already have Azure Data Studio, or you've never installed or customized SQL Operations Studio, then you can ignore this section.

  1. Open Settings by clicking the gear on the bottom left and clicking Settings.

    open-settings

  2. Right-click the User Settings tab on top and click Reveal in Explorer

    reveal-in-explorer

  3. Copy all files in this folder and save in an easy to find location on your local drive, like your Documents folder.

    copy-settings

  4. In your new version of Azure Data Studio, follow steps 1-2, then for step 3 paste the contents you saved into the folder. You can also manually copy over the settings, keybindings, or snippets in their respective locations.

Next Steps

See one of the following quickstarts to get started:

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