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Question: I have upgraded to Windows 11 stable version (launched yesterday). Now, REAPER looks better than before :-P (thanks to Microsoft, haha). Now will you switch from Win10 to Win11 for REAPER development? Because obviously a software dev have to use latest tools, no?
Asked by Abhi (122.176.5.x) on October 6 2021, 12:57pm
Reply on October 6 2021, 5:38pm:
    Nah, these days I mostly use macOS and linux anyway. And our compilers on windows are quite old :)


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  • Posted by Abhi (27.58.29.x) on October 7 2021, 9:28am:
    Then how will you develop REAPER if you don't use latest tools? What if some bugs occur in REAPER only in Win11 and not in any other Windows version. How will you fix it?

  • Posted by Justin on October 7 2021, 2:41pm:
    MS is usually pretty good about compatibility, in general, but if/when people raise issues we'll go test on Win11


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