No new features for Windows 7+8 versions
Issues with horizontal scrolling and features like pinch zoom, momentum scrolling or external monitor brightness cannot be resolved with Windows 7 as the related touch and monitor interfaces (APIs) exist only since Windows 8.
- Because Microsoft officially stops Windows 7 extended support in January 2020, we stop any new feature development for Windows 7.
- Furthermore, Windows 8 has less than 6% market share and mainstream support by Microsoft already ended, we also stop any new feature development for Windows 8.
If possible, we will apply critical bug fixes to the existing Windows 7+8 versions.
Windows 10 support
With new features for Windows 10 only, we can focus on the best (touch) feature support for the majority of users without making any compromise on backward compatibility for Windows versions which are already outdated.
For the various Windows 10 versions, we'll follow Microsoft's Windows 10 life cycle support, all details here.
At this point in time, the Magic Utilities will run on any Windows 10 version, even with all planned features implemented.