(PRWEB) February 26, 2009
Netbooks - an increasingly popular choice due to their durability and reasonable price - enable travelers to conveniently work while on the road. However, the relatively low screen resolution found on most netbooks makes them unsuited for many new software programs. DVDVideoSoft programs are now optimized to be fully compatible with netbooks and their operating systems and maximum screen resolution.
Today, netbooks are exceptionally popular among business travelers and road warriors. Unfortunately, the limited capacity of these machines leaves them with little more than web-surfing and text editing functions.
Despite the fact that most netbooks employ Windows XP or Vista, users frequently run into difficulties when searching for new software that is suitable for their modern portable computers. Most find that the standard maximum screen resolution supported by notebooks is 1024 X 600 pixels, which is incompatible with most of todayÂs programs that require higher resolution for comfortable and efficient operation.
In order to circumnavigate any compatibility problems, DVDVideoSoft has optimized all of its programs to work perfectly with netbooks despite the limited screen resolution. The free programs have no special requirements and, therefore, can be used without difficulty.
DVDVideoSoft programs expand the capabilities of a netbook, providing alternative software for netbook owners who spend a great amount of time on the road. With Free Studio from DVDVideoSoft, users are able to watch, edit, record video, prepare DVD video for further burning, upload video to Youtube, download audio and video from sites like Youtube, and convert audio and video files in different formats and upload them to portable players like iPod and PSP.
DVDVideoSoft is a developer of free multimedia software for video and audio processing, founded at the end of 2006. In the beginning, it offered only guides and tips related to various video and audio editing tasks. Today, DVDVideoSoft is more than just an Internet resource dedicated to multimedia software guides and tutorials; it offers 20 free software tools, which run under XP and Vista.