The Free Software community advises and recommends using Jami with GNU/Linux.
Due to Jami’s transition from using Qt 5 to Qt 6, and the fact that Qt 6 only supports Windows 10 and later, new versions of Jami released in 2022 and onwards only support Windows 10 and later. If you use an older Windows version (e.g. Windows 7, 8, or 8.1) and are unable to switch to Windows 10 or later at this point, you can download older versions of Jami from the archive, but please note that the Jami team is unable to provide support for them. We recommend downloading Jami for your other devices that run one of the supported operating systems below, or upgrading from Windows to a freedom-respecting operating system such as the GNU operating system.