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Cyberlink announces Vista support

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 16 Feb 2007 14:44 User comments (2)

Cyberlink announces Vista support Cyberlink Corp., the company behind the successful PowerDVD titles, has announced that its products now fully support Microsoft's Windows Vista operating system. CyberLink also launched a verification feature on its website that allows consumers to test if their existing software is "Vista Ready".
The CyberLink Software Vista Upgrade Test quickly scans software and determines whether the versions of the software currently in use are ready for Vista. After testing, users can choose to update through available patches or purchase an upgrade to become Vista Ready.

"As a leading innovator in consumer software for video playback, editing, and disc burning, CyberLink is ensuring its customers can now enjoy total compatibility with Windows Vista," said Alice H. Chang, CEO of CyberLink. "With each new version of the Windows operating system, we have leveraged new features and improved usability to deliver the best possible entertainment and creativity experience possible on the PC."

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2 user comments

117.2.2007 23:49

Well I guess this answers all those complaints they were getting before. Well done for addressing and fixing the issue. I love Cyberlinks PowerDVD it's a great program.

222.2.2007 13:43

AfterDawn announces: its users don't care.

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