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How to check Magento version:1.x and 2.x?

Each Magento version has the strengths and weaknesses. To upgrade your Magento to the latest version to solve the speed load, security issues or to install a new extension, which should be compatible with your Magento version (some modules require Magento 1.9+), you need to check the Magento current version first.

How to learn Magento version?

There are at least 4 different options to find it out: 

1. Use free online tools to check the version just entering your website address, e.g.:;

2. Check your version via the admin panel:

  • Log in to your Magento admin panel;
  • In the center of the footer of the page you’ll see a current version, e.g.:


  • If you have changed the admin theme and can’t see the version at the bottom of the page, go to System>Magento Connect>Magento Connect Manager, e.g.:


Find ‘Mage_All_Latest’ in the ‘Package Name’ column. The number X.X.X.X (stable) is the version you’ve looked for.

3. Check the version in the app/Mage.php file of your Magento installation. Look for getVersionInfo() function there, e.g.:

        'major'=> '1',
        'minor'=> '6',
        'revision'=> '1',
        'patch'=> '0',
        'stability'=> '',
        'number'=> '',

4. Use SSH to learn the version. Login to server via SSH using the root password, navigate to the directory where Magento is installed and type the following command cd /home/username/public_html php -r “include ‘app/Mage.php’; echo ‘Magento version is: ‘, Mage::getVersion(); ”.

How to check Magento 2 version?

The most effortless way to get your Magento 2 version is to add /magento_version to the website address and start searching. You will see a short answer including the version and edition you use, e.g.: Magento 2.1 (Enterprise);

How to check Magento Community or Enterprise version is used?

1. The easiest way to find it out is to enter in your browser:

  • If you see 404 Page Not Found error, the website doesn’t run MEE version;
  • If you are redirected to a login page, this is MEE version.

2. You can also check the Magento version via the command line by the code Mage::getEdition() that is to give you all the necessary information, e.g.:

 * Magento edition constants

const EDITION_COMMUNITY    = 'Community';

const EDITION_ENTERPRISE   = 'Enterprise';

const EDITION_PROFESSIONAL = 'Professional';

const EDITION_GO           = 'Go';

 * Current Magento edition.
 * @var string
 * @static

static private $_currentEdition = self::EDITION_COMMUNITY;


* Get current Magento edition

 * @static
 * @return string


Want to extend your platform functionality? Having checked your current Magento version, choose a necessary Magento 1 and Magento 2 extensions.

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