TuneUp Utilities 2007: Certified for Windows Vista

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TuneUp Utilities 2007, the proven high-performance software to customize Windows, is one of the first PC tuning suites to earn the Certified for Windows Vista designation.

With TuneUp Utilities 2007 PC users all over the world now have access to an incredibly high-performance toolbox to help change an extensive range of settings under the hood of Microsoft Windows and customize the system for their individual needs. Make Windows faster, more stylish, and more stable - this is what TuneUp Utilities 2007 can do for you.

In addition to cleaning up the system, accelerating its operation, increasing security and customizing the look of Windows, much, much more is possible. Not just PCs with older versions of Windows can profit from the high-performance tuning suite. TuneUp Utilities 2007 works together flawlessly with Windows Vista. Because of its optimally implemented software standards, it has earned the prestigious Certified for Windows Vista designation. This designation stands for complete compatibility with Windows Vista as well as for stability and reliability at a consistently high level.

The TuneUp founders are very proud of the Vista certification
Tibor Schiemann, one of the two original inventors of the software and co-owner of TuneUp, comments: "In developing our products we pay careful attention to quality. With such low-level, fundamental software as PC tuning suites this is extremely important in order to avoid causing any damage. On the contrary, our product is designed to keep your machine operating optimally throughout its life span. While the user-friendliness of our software can immediately be seen, it is almost impossible to see the high technical quality that works behind the scenes. Therefore we're especially proud of the designation TuneUp Utilities 2007 has been given, since it officially recognizes flawless interaction with Windows Vista and fulfillment of all quality standards."

"Products that are Certified for Windows Vista have met explicit standards of reliability and quality, and have been tested and proven to deliver a superior experience with Windows Vista," said Dave Wascha director of Windows Client Product Management at Microsoft Corp. "We are extremely pleased that TuneUp Utilities 2007 by TuneUp is now Certified for Windows Vista and takes advantage of the new technologies available in Windows Vista."

Christoph Laumann, co-founder and co-owner of TuneUp explains, "We won't rest on our laurels. We are already working intensively to advance TuneUp Utilities even further, developing new functions and modules that will appear in the next version."

Test TuneUp Utilities 2007 free of charge
A 30-day test version of TuneUp Utilities 2007 can be downloaded free of charge from the TuneUp home page. With it you can test the program on your own computer. If you like the test version, you can activate the full version for $39.99.

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TuneUp was founded in 1997 and remains a privately owned company. TuneUp's products feature excellent user-friendliness and quality and have been awarded numerous prizes and distinctions. The current top product offering, TuneUp Utilities 2007, is available in many languages and is the leading tool for the optimization of Windows in many countries.

TuneUp Distribution GmbH, Rheinstrasse 97, 64295 Darmstadt, Germany
Contact: Philip Krug
Fax: 49-6151-500-7474
E-mail: press(at)tune-up.com
Internet: http://www.tune-up.com

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