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SiSoftware releases Sandra XI SP1 with Vista Support

| Software News | Posted: Feb 2, 2007 4:22 pm

If you want a bit of benchmarking action under Windows Vista, here is some news for you from the UK.

 

London, UK, January 30th 2007 - We are pleased to announce that the latest version of SiSoftware Sandra XI Service Pack 1 (SP1) for download and to be included in all current versions of the Sandra family of product. This free service pack now offers full support for Microsoft™ Vista™ and includes an additional free theme.

 

"With a new operating system coming out technicians have more and more questions and we wanted to give them a familiar interface to simplify there jobs and increase productivity. We also value their investment and wanted to extend this investment in Sandra and by being able to offer Vista support in this version it helps protect there investment, this way even customers of the older 2007 version get free Vista support for free." said SiSoftware's Chief Technical Officer Adrian Silasi.

 

This latest version has been fully tested and certified against the production release of Microsoft™ Vista™ With the inclusion of features like Microsoft* cross-signed Kernel drivers for Vista* Aero (Glass) support in the Sandra Management Console, UAC (User Access Control) support for all services, to name a few, are alive and kicking in this service pack.

 

If you are running Vista or not there is a new look out there for everyone to enjoy with the addition of a new Sandra theme. This is the latest update version of its award-winning utility, which includes remote analysis, benchmarking and diagnostic features for PCs, servers, Pocket PC2, Smartphone2, small office/home office (SOHO) networks and enterprise networks.

 

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