While we mostly focus on alerting you to Windows 10 apps that can be downloaded from the Windows Store, we are making an exception with the latest desktop Windows release for Boxcryptor. The company has recently released version 2.2 of the app, and it adds full support for Microsoft's latest operating system.
For those of you who are not familiar with Boxcryptor, the app allows its users to encrypt their data before uploading and storing it to a cloud storage service such as OneDrive or Dropbox. This week the company announced:
"We know, a lot of you already updated to Windows 10 and were desperately waiting for a compatible Boxcryptor version. But as Boxcryptor is deeply integrated in the file system, we had to make sure that everything is working correctly before we could release a stable version. Thanks a lot to all our beta testers, who helped us to build a great official version."
Aside from Windows 10 support, version 2.2 of Boxcryptor also has some general performance improvements. However, there are two known issues with this version:
- Cannot add a folder of the Boxcryptor drive as location to the Windows Photos app.
- Due to a driver incompatibility, Strato HiDrive is currently not supported in this version. If you want to use Boxcryptor with Strato HiDrive, please do NOT update to this version and instead use Boxcryptor for Windows v2.1.417.123. We are working on this issue and try to resolve it as soon as possible.
Once again, this update is just for the desktop version of Boxcryptor. The company has not yet indicated if it will update its Windows Phone or Windows 8.1 apps to add Windows 10 support as well.
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