We follow Mozilla on which platforms we support.

Mozilla's list of supported platforms are divided into tiers. Based on that list, Tor Browser is divided into three tiers, let's call them: Officially Supported, Community Supported, and Not Supported.

  • Officially Supported (Tier-1 platforms)
    • These are platform targets for which Tor Browser is built (via Tor Browser Build) by The Tor Project for every release (as needed).
  • Community Supported (Tier-2.5 platforms)
    • These platforms are maintained on a best-effort basis. They should be buildable and they should work, but the Tor Browser team does not actively test or release Tor Browser for these platforms.
  • Not Supported (Tier-3 platforms)
    • These platforms are not currently buildable, as far as we know.

Officially Supported

  • Android on Linux x86, x86-64, ARMv7 and ARMv8-A (clang)
  • Linux/x86 and x86-64 (gcc and clang)
  • OSX 10.9 and later on x86-64 (clang)
  • Windows/x86, x86-64 (mingw-clang)

Community Supported

  • Linux/AArch64 (clang)
  • *BSD/* (clang)

Not Supported

  • Windows/AArch64 (mingw-clang?)
Last modified 10 months ago Last modified on Dec 17, 2019, 9:10:23 PM