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As Minecraft has grown, it has attracted a massive community of content creators. This community has put forward incredible work to make Vanilla Minecraft look entirely different. From texture packs to full gameplay overhaul packs, these replace almost every element of Minecraft’s gameplay and content. With this growth has come the need for a way to distribute these modpacks. such as the original modpack that gave birth to ATLauncher when its creator, ‘RyanTheAllmighty’ wished to share his modpack with his Youtube Audience.
Since then, ATLauncher has grown into a widely accessible Multi-platform modpack launcher that is able to easily install modpacks from a wide range of sources while supporting mod authors directly. It also has a number of additional baked-in features such as easy 1-click backup of singleplayer saves, and the ability to install packs directly from Curseforge. So in this guide, we will look at installing ATLauncher and use it to run your favourite modpack.
Minecraft runs on Java, so it’s important to ensure you have the latest version installed, you can always check on Windows by searching and clicking on ‘About Java’ in the Start Menu. (aboutjava.png in drive) If you’re unable to check, you can still always try installing the latest version on the Java Website. It’s important that after you finish installing Java, you restart your computer.Click here to go to the Java Website
On OSX / MacOS
Adding an account to ATLauncher
Installing and running a modpack on ATLauncher
How do you disable certain mods?
Mods in the ATLauncher can easily be disabled with the following steps:
How to change the amount of RAM allocated to Modpacks
You can do this Globally, or on a per instance (Modpack) basis. It’s recommended that you don’t use any more than half of your system RAM. For example, if your PC has 8GB, don’t set it more than 4GB
To do this globally: