This post is continuously updated.
Syncovery runs on:
All versions of Windows since Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008 are fully supported, including Windows 10 and Server 2019 and all other versions and editions of Windows that have a graphical user interface. Syncovery is available in 32-bit and 64-bit editions.
Syncovery generally also still runs on Windows XP and Server 2003, but some features may not work (especially cloud features on Server 2003). The 64-bit editions require at least Windows Vista. For older 64-bit Windows versions, please use the 32-bit edition of Syncovery.
For Windows 2000, please download Syncovery version 6 from our additional downloads page.
Syncovery runs on all Intel and Apple Silicon Macs, and on all macOS versions since 10.4 “Tiger” up to including the latest version. Syncovery 8 is available as a 64-bit edition which runs on the newest macOS versions (the 64-bit edition is required starting with macOS 10.15 “Catalina”). A separate version is also available for old PowerPC Macs. This version also requires at least macOS 10.4 “Tiger”.
The command line and HTML/Web GUI Edition “SyncoveryCL” is available for Linux. It should run on any recent 32-bit or 64-bit Linux distribution for Intel, ARM, AARCH64, PowerPC, PPC64 and PPC64EL processors. See the Linux download page for details. Dedicated installation packages are available for Synology and QNAP NAS devices, as well as Debian and RPM installers.
The FreeBSD version is very similar to the Linux version, but only available for Intel/AMD 64-bit processors. Separate installer packages are available for FreeBSD 11 and 12, as well as a generic .tar.gz file.