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About Reddit

Reddit is the official Reddit client for Windows. For those who are unaware, Reddit is one of the largest Internet user communities as well as a reference page to keep up to date with current events and anything else you like, whatever that may be. It contains forums about practically any topic you could imagine: from independent video games to TV series, cities and general sports.

This official app's interface, as some avid Reddit browsers might notice, is identical to that of the web page. In fact, the features in Reddit are virtually identical to those you might find in your usual browser. The main difference being, of course, that all Reddit's content will open in a separate window that consumes very few resources. Apart from this, you won't find any features other than those on the web page.

Reddit has over 100,000 active communities for all topics under the sun. Many of these communities have millions of subscribed users who collaborate with Reddit in one way or another. Some bring their own content while others link content from other pages, and some simply give ratings or leave comments. The Reddit community is so large that there is a place for everyone.

Reddit is the best way to enjoy this popular community on a Windows operating system computer. Thanks to this app, there is so much content for you to access that your only concern will be to not waste your afternoons and evenings by falling down some of the most addictive subreddit holes.

Reviewed by Joe C. Jones


Updated onAug 20, 2023

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Reddit for PC
The official Reddit client for Windows
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How to download and Install Reddit on Windows PC

  • Click on the Download button to start downloading Reddit for Windows.
  • Open the .exe installation file in the Downloads folder and double click it.
  • Follow the instructions in the pop-up window to install Reddit on Windows PC.
  • Now you can open and run Reddit on Windows PC.