Operating System Compatibility Matrix¶
|32 bit||64 bit|
|Windows 10||⚠️ 1.3.4||✅ 1.4.x|
|Windows 8||⚠️ 1.3.4||✅ 1.4.x|
|Windows 7||⚠️ 1.3.4||✅ 1.4.x|
|Windows Vista||❌ 1.2.3||❌ 1.2.3|
|macOS 10.15 Catalina||-||unknown|
|macOS 10.14 Mojave||-||✅ 1.4.x|
|macOS 10.13 High Sierra||-||✅ 1.4.x|
|macOS 10.12 Sierra||-||✅ 1.4.x|
|macOS 10.11 El Capitan||-||✅ 1.4.x|
✅ Latest version ⚠️ Unsupported compatible version ❌ Incompatible
The latest versions for all operating systems are provided on the Cryptomator downloads page.
You can find older releases as well as detailed changelogs in the GitHub release section.
Launch the downloaded
.exe file and follow the setup as usual. We recommend also installing Dokany, which is included in the installer.
If you are updating Cryptomator by installing a new version and additionally want to update Dokany, you need to remove the old Dokany version first, restart the PC, and then execute the Cryptomator installer.
Open the downloaded
.dmg file, accept the license, and drag & drop Cryptomator onto the Applications folder. We recommend also installing FUSE for macOS, which is linked from inside the
In case the application is blocked by Gatekeeper, you need to change your Gatekeeper settings.
The primary option of using Cryptomator on Linux is via the AppImage. After you’ve downloaded the
.appimage file, you simple need to make it executable and you can then run it.
If you are familiar with
AUR, you can choose one of these options to install Cryptomator. The coordinates are available on our download page.