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Crucial Technology Introduces Online System Scanner Tool for Windows Vista

| Printers & Scanners News | Posted: Dec 13, 2006 10:51 pm

Crucial have just implemented an easy to use online tool on their website which evaluates your PC to determine if it's suitable or not for the upcoming Vista operating system from Microsoft.


For more info on it grab the official PR here, or just head straight over to Crucial's website to try it out for yourself.


Meridian, Idaho, and Glasgow, UK, 12 December, 2006 - Crucial Technology, a division of Micron and one of the world's leading memory upgrade providers, today announced an easy-to-use online tool that evaluates a user's PC to determine if their system can handle the memory requirements of the Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Basic, Premium, and Ultimate operating systems.


Crucial's innovative System Scanner tool analyzes the user's current system components and compares it to Microsoft's minimum system specifications for the Windows Vista operating system. In just one click, the tool tells a user what memory is already installed in their PC or notebook, compared to what it will need to run the Windows Vista OS. Additionally, the scanner displays guaranteed-compatible memory upgrades to maximize the Windows Vista OS experience.


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