TModLoader is a free program for creating and building websites using the Python programming language. It is aimed mainly at beginner users and is easy to use for those who want to create a simple website without having to know anything about coding or programming. The original release of TModLoader was on Linux operating systems but now the program is available for Windows as well. The current version of TModLoader can be downloaded for free from its website. There is also a source code repository with the accompanying documentation in case you need assistance with the installation or usage of this software.
Because of the free download, many users are tempted to use the software for illegal activities like copywriting illegally obtained music or video games. Because the latest release of TModLoader requires the use of the Java plugin in order to run, this poses some problems on Windows. If you choose to download and install TModLoader through the Java plugin, you might encounter several problems such as the Java plugin refusing to load or TModLoader displaying some error messages. To ensure that your computer will not display any problems when you run the program, you should ensure that you have a recent enough version of Java installed on your computer. If you still see problems with the Java plugin, you should consider downloading the latest release of TModLoader which is available for download in the downloads section.
For anyone who wants to mod the game using TModLoader, the official downloads of TModLoader will work fine. If you are using a mod such as AdvancedUI or another one that requires you to modify some codes, you will have to install them using the instructions given in the modding websites. There are two ways of doing this, the first by using the download manager that comes with TModLoader, and the second by copying all the files that you want to transfer over using the FTP. If you install the Java plugin, the Java files used to load the main menu and other features will also be placed in the "Resources" folder.