
The nth Prime Page will now find any of the first 2,623,557,157,654,233 primes or
π( x) for x up to 100,000,000,000,000,000. The list of 5000 largest known primes
will always be available at primes.utm.edu.
So you can view it and search it here!
But if you want to download a snapshot of the list to print or view
at another time, there are several possibilities (this files were last
modified on 28 August 2016 07:51:21 pm):
 all.txt
 The whole list as a printable text file! This is a
large file: 392.3 KB.
 all.zip
 The whole list (all.txt) zipped, so it is roughly one fourth the
size of all.txt: 109.36 KB.
 all.pdf and all_pdf.zip
 The complete list, this time as an Adobe PDF file (so it looks nicer, but is bigger)
 short.txt
 All of the primes with 500,000 digits or more, plus the
'interesting'
smaller primes (that is, those with comments on the list). So this
is a much smaller file: 165.06 KB.
 short.pdf and short_pdf.zip
 The same files, now as Adobe PDF's.
You might also consider one of the summary pages (these are automatically
updated when new primes are accepted onto the list!)
 The Top Twenty
 The Top Twenty lists is a series of pages each dedicated to listing
the top twenty primes of certain selected forms.
 The Largest Known Primes
 This is a single page which summarizes much of the information in
the pages about the 5000 largest known primes from introduction
through list of the top ten primes of a few selected forms.
Related lists outside of this collection:
 Henri & Renaud Lifchitz's PRP Top record
 A list of large probableprimes.
These are numbers that are
likely to be prime, but the primality has not been proven.
(The lists above are of proven primes only.)
