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What version of SourceTree began supporting Windows 10?

We are upgrading our Windows 7 machines to Windows 10 and need to know if our current versions (1.0 & 1.6.21) will install and operate within a Windows 10 environment?


Any insight is appreciated!



Steve V.

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Daniel Ebers
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Oct 24, 2020

Hi Steve,

welcome to the Atlassian Community!
The version of Windows will most likely not be the roadblocker (can be tested within no time on a virtual machine in order to make sure your specific version will be absolutetely fine with your environment).

A very different topic that worries me more is a list of security advisories that was adding up since the versions were created you are referring to:

Even if Sourcetree should be runnable on Windows 10 in the exact versioning you mentioned there might be a risk due to security vulnerabilities.


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