Are users expected to work with the unencrypted files in one place (e.g., C:\SomeFolder) and then sync them to the Cryptomator virtual drive drive (e.g., using RoboCopy)?
I’ve been using Boxcryptor, where I can work with even large (e.g., 4 GB) files directly from the virtual drive (X:), and I have Dropbox pointed at the encrypted version of the files (C:\SomeOtherFolder). It’s pretty clear that although both Boxcryptor and Cryptomator provide a virtual drive to access files that are stored encrypted somewhere else on the computer, the virtual drives behave very differently. If I had to guess, Boxcryptor’s provides access to the unencrypted files, and then encrypts copies of them in a cache folder somewhere because file R/W latency is no worse than from the C:\ drive, while Cryptomator’s provides access to the encrypted files and decrypts them when the user tries to access them. Is that correct?