Here I provide some Windows Vim binaries, directly taken from its Git repository.
All binary files are automatically compiled and archived with Visual Studio 2019 on Windows 10. The list of compiled features is available here.

Note that I excluded both install.exe and uninstall.exe from my releases. This should mitigate any problems with "security" software (which I advise you to uninstall anyway).

Starting from 7.4.691, I added gvim_noOLE.exe files to both builds which come without OLE support in case you want to carry your Vim on an USB thumbdrive.
My builds are also available via Chocolatey (choco install vim-tux) and Scoop (in the Versions bucket - scoop install vim-tux). Thank you, package maintainer(s)!

Used libraries: Perl 5.32.1, Python 2.7.18, Python 3.10.4, Racket 8.3, Ruby 3.1.0, Lua 5.4.2, Tcl 8.6.12, libsodium 1.0.18.

You'll need to have the DLL files in your Vim directory or somewhere in your %PATH% to make them work. Excluding libsodium, they're not included.
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.7z archives (you'll need 7-zip or WinRAR to extract them):

x86: Click me! · x64: Click me instead!

Self-extracting archives:

x86: Click me! · x64: Click me instead!


File/dir. name Last changed File size
/goodies 11. Mar 2022 16:47:38 PM [DIR]
/graphics 29. Dec 2021 07:00:49 AM [DIR]
/x64 16. May 2022 17:17:44 PM [DIR]
/x86 16. May 2022 17:18:17 PM [DIR]

Please discuss any bugs you encounter on the Vim-dev mailing list.
Contact me: vim AT tuxproject DOT de.