Download SFML 2.3.2

Windows Visual C++ 10 (2010) - 32-bitDownload11.9 MB Visual C++ 10 (2010) - 64-bitDownload13.2 MB
Visual C++ 11 (2012) - 32-bitDownload13.4 MB Visual C++ 11 (2012) - 64-bitDownload15.0 MB
Visual C++ 12 (2013) - 32-bitDownload12.8 MB Visual C++ 12 (2013) - 64-bitDownload14.3 MB
Visual C++ 14 (2015) - 32-bitDownload12.3 MB Visual C++ 14 (2015) - 64-bitDownload13.7 MB
GCC 4.7.1 TDM (SJLJ) - 32-bitDownload13.5 MB GCC 4.7.1 TDM (SJLJ) - 64-bitDownload16.3 MB
GCC 4.8.1 TDM (SJLJ) - 32-bitDownload13.3 MB GCC 4.8.1 TDM (SJLJ) - 64-bitDownload15.3 MB
GCC 4.9.2 MinGW (DW2) - 32-bitDownload13.6 MB GCC 4.9.2 MinGW (SEH) - 64-bitDownload14.5 MB
On Windows, choosing 32 or 64-bit libraries should be based on which platform you want to compile for, not which OS you have. Indeed, you can perfectly compile and run a 32-bit program on a 64-bit Windows. So you'll most likely want to target 32-bit platforms, to have the largest possible audience. Choose 64-bit packages only if you have good reasons.
The compiler versions have to match 100%! Here are links to the specific MinGW compiler versions used to build the provided packages:
TDM 4.7.1 (32-bit), TDM 4.7.1 (64-bit), TDM 4.8.1 (32-bit), TDM 4.8.1 (64-bit), MinGW Builds 4.9.2 (32-bit), MinGW Builds 4.9.2 (64-bit)
Linux GCC - 32-bitDownload1.9 MB GCC - 64-bitDownload1.9 MB
On Linux, if you have a 64-bit OS then you have the 64-bit toolchain installed by default. Compiling for 32-bit is possible, but you have to install specific packages and/or use specific compiler options to do so. So downloading the 64-bit libraries is the easiest solution if you're on a 64-bit Linux.
Mac OS X Clang - universal 32+64-bit (OS X 10.7+, compatible with C++11 and libc++)Download6.05 MB
Mac OS X libraries are universal: they contain both the 32 and 64-bit versions of SFML and can therefore be used for both 32 and 64-bit builds.
All Source codeDownload21.5 MB
HTML DocumentationDownload1.38 MB