The first “corrective” release of Blender 2.93 LTS is out! Blender 2.93 LTS is the second installment of the LTS program and will be supported officially until 2023, alongside the initial 2.83 LTS release which will be supported until 2022.
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Blender 2.93.1 is out, coming in hot with 19 bug fixes in total, greatly improving stability and dealing with areas such as cryptomattes, mantaflow and more. The latest update has already rolled out on Steam, the Microsoft Store and Snap, and can be downloaded from the link below.
Blender's LTS program runs alongside the regular Blender releases and provides long-term support for a stable version of Blender to allow studios and individuals to finish big productions without having to swap versions to benefit from bug updates. You can check out the Blender LTS schedule here.
Probably won't work on Windows 7 anyway, sadly
you can always switch to Linux
Windows 7, really?
Oh, never mind, it is solved already. Here is a solution (link to source and compiled ready to use on Github):
And, he is working on a similar solution for a Blender 3.0