Many people hesitated to upgrade their system after the release of Windows Vista, but Windows 7 will be well received, not only because of its speed, but also the reliability over Windows Vista
Raleigh, North Carolina (Vocus) September 25, 2009
SMD Software, Inc, the industry leader for self-storage and portable storage management software, announces that SiteLink Software is compatible with Microsoft’s new operating system Windows 7. SiteLink Software is fully compatible with all 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows 7, which is scheduled to be released on October 22nd 2009.
Many storage operators struggle with slow computers on a day-to-day basis. Computers and their operating systems have made significant improvements over the last two years. SiteLink software continues to match such enhancements.
“Many people hesitated to upgrade their system after the release of Windows Vista, but Windows 7 will be well received, not only because of its speed, but also the reliability over Windows Vista,” says Luke Lenzen, SMD’s Chief Technology Officer. “Windows 7 has addressed many of the issues with the Windows Vista operating system. If you feel your computer is showing its age, now is the time to upgrade. We are excited our clients benefit when running SiteLink and Windows 7.”
About SMD Software:
Established in 1996, SiteLink has emerged as the leader in portable and self-storage management software with over 8,000 installations worldwide. Used by 50% of the Top 100 Operators, SiteLink Web Edition is the fastest growing and leading web-based application for storage operations. SiteLink users enjoy the fastest performance of any software, secure processing, great customer service, and ease of use.
Contact SiteLink today for more info at 919.865.0789, ext. 1, or visit smdsoftware.com.
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