Our customers will now embrace Windows 7.
Grand Ledge, MI (PRWEB) September 29, 2010
Visual Automation today released version 7.20 of Secure Desktop. This is an Endpoint Security solution for Windows XP, Windows 7, Internet Explorer, and Mozilla Firefox. Secure Desktop 7.20 is a 32-bit application that is 64-bit Windows aware. Secure Desktop information is available at http://visualautomation.com/securedesktop.
Secure Desktop includes Internet Explorer security features. If using Secure Desktop in Windows 7 64-bit, the 32-bit or 64-bit version of Internet Explorer may be used. Mozilla Firefox version 3.6 is now supported. More information about browser specific features are available at http://visualautomation.com/securedesktop/browsers.htm.
Internally, Secure Desktop 7.20 now uses Unicode for all string processing. Full technical specifications are available at http://visualautomation.com/securedesktop/specs.htm.
"Secure Desktop is now designed for the most stable versions of Windows available", said Duane Fahey, President and Founder of Visual Automation, Inc. "Our customers will now embrace Windows 7".
Pricing & Availability
Secure Desktop 7 is available immediately through the Visual Automation Store (http://visualautomation.com). Price is $195 USD, 5-pack for $700 USD, and 10-pack for $1275 USD. Or $100 USD for an upgrade from a previous version. Site and multi-site licenses are available. Full system requirements and more information on Secure Desktop 7 can be found at http://visualautomation.com/securedesktop.
Visual Automation, Inc. is a provider of handcrafted endpoint security software products. Founded in 1994, the privately held company is recognized worldwide as a leader in Windows desktop and browser security. Products include Secure Desktop 7, ColdKey 3, and iLock 3. Companies worldwide depend on Visual Automation products for their endpoint security needs.
Secure Desktop, iLock, and ColdKey are trademarks of Visual Automation, Inc. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Firefox is a registered trademark of the Mozilla Foundation. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners.