Microsoft support for Windows 7 ended on the 14th January 2020. As a consequence of this, we are no longer supporting our software products on Windows 7. Our internal IT policies mean that we no longer have any Windows 7 machines on which to test our products, and are therefore unable to officially support our products on Windows 7.
Note that this change does not mean that our products will stop working on Windows 7 in the near future. Existing versions of our software that are known to work on Windows 7 will of course continue to do so.
Future releases of our products are also likely to continue to work perfectly well on Windows 7. Our underlying code base is very stable and we rarely make changes that lead to incompatibilities with operating system versions. However, because we are no longer able to test our products on Windows 7, there may come a time when we release new versions of our software that are not compatible with Windows 7.