Please note that since the publication of this post, we’ve repositioned our product offerings into Anaconda plans. Individual Edition is now reflected by our Free plan, Commercial Edition is now reflected by our Pro plan, Team Edition is now reflected by our Business plan, and Enterprise Edition is now reflected by our Enterprise plan. Click here to learn more about our plans for individuals, and click here to learn more about our plans for organizations.
We are pleased to announce the release of Anaconda Individual Edition 2021.05!
You’ll find over 140 package updates since the last release of the installer in November. Package updates include:
Jupyter Notebook v6.3.0
And many more…
Anaconda Individual Edition 2021.05 includes a new release of Anaconda Navigator – version 2.0.3. The major change in this release was a refresh on login for Anaconda.org, Team Edition, and Anaconda Enterprise Repository 4. This includes a step to enable easy channel configuration for Team Edition. Navigator now enables easy login and configuration of Commercial Edition as well.
There were also quite a few other bug fixes and improvements – to see the full list please visit the Anaconda Navigator 2.0.3 release notes here.
Beyond package updates, you’ll now find that all available shells are now initialized as part of the default macOS .pkg installation. The default had been bash only – but this has caused users frustration when macOS changed to zsh for their default shell.
There is also an updated EULA that includes a more comprehensive list of the cryptography packages available as part of Anaconda Individual Edition.
You can find the full release notes for Anaconda Individual Edition 2021.05 here.
Update to Anaconda 2021.05 now with conda install anaconda=2021.05, or download and install Anaconda 2021.05.
This release is dedicated to Ray Donnelly (July 27, 1975 – April 20, 2021). He was a beloved coworker and contributor to Anaconda and the Open Source community (mingwandroid). Ray requested support for St. Ann’s Hospice where they provided comfort during his final days. You can contribute in honor of Ray through his GoFundMe page.