Interested too if there is a consensus about running cryptomator on Windows 7, even unofficial.
Reasons why I believe this is important:
Long after XP was dropped support, many applications and companies still used it, because its stability and ease to secure it. Now, this is the case with W7, it is a very robust OS with better capacity of securing it (much less telemetry) and even if not officially supported by Microsoft anymore, it will still be used for long time ahead. So, I believe the rush in dropping apps support for W7 is premature and will backfire.
W10 is a privacy nigthmare. Telemetry is difficult to block and it cannot be completely blocked. And crypto is a tool for people that love their privacy…so,you see how this two arguments blend in one.
I personally will keep at least one of my machines running W7 for as long as possible, ideally until the machine dies of old age, so it would be nice to be able to use Cryptomator on it. Yes, this is a personal reason, but I am a person.
I hope there will be a reconsideration in regards to offering a compatible version for W7, even if no more support or assistance would be provided. Usually, workarounds found by users may or may not work on future updates, so I hope the dev team would consider releasing a W7 compatible version with each update.