In order to work with LearnToMod, it needs to be a regular, vanilla Mojang-authenticated Minecraft account. Not console or pocket edition. Team Extreme or non-authenticated clients will not work with our software.

Here's how to get the version of Minecraft that's compatible with LearnToMod. (This version of minecraft will work on windows 10 and other mac and windows desktops)

Download it from 

If you already have a paid Mojang account, then sign in to; you can redownload the vanilla launcher as many times as you need to.

Click the store or games icon then scroll down and choose computers/laptop then either Windows or Mac only. Then choose the Java edition. (Windows 10 users should choose For Windows and the Java edition as well.)

If you don't already have a Minecraft account with Mojang you will need to buy an account first; this means signing up on with an email and password. At the top of the page press the store or games button then choose the java launcher; It should download automatically to your usual download folder, then just follow the steps on the installer. Don't get the free version as it's not compatible.

After installing it, you will need to create a new profile

NOTE: For those who don't have Minecraft accounts, you can use the Simulator, our free built-in mod testing tool to complete the Skills and Drills and learning to code badges. Just ignore any messages telling you to connect to Minecraft in the badges.

NOTE: Teachers, we recommend having one Minecraft account per each computer in your computer lab. Be advised that each minecraft account will have its own unique login email. If you're planning to buy multiple minecraft accounts and need help coming up with dummy login emails, read this.