Yes, I guess we could install a 32-bit context-handler as well on 64-bit systems… It just feels pretty wrong, and I would like to contest the statement that today most software is still 32-bit. Yesterday, yes. But 2018?
There is quite a bit of work and testing involved in making this possible, and somehow it just seems like energy spent wrong. In retrospect, I should probably have done this 10 years ago or so when the 64-bit version was first made, but to be honest it did not occur to me.
Also, overall, very very few people actually report this as a problem. An overwhelming majority of AxCrypt users run 64-bit shells on 64-bit windows.
So, unfortunately, I’m afraid we won’t be doing this even if it obviously can be done.