eSobi is Now Compatible with Windows® 7
Free Upgrade For eSobi & eSobi News Center Users
esobi Inc., an innovative Internet information navigator, today announced that its integrated Internet tool eSobi is now "Compatible with the Windows® 7," the successor of the Windows Vista operating system (OS). Users of eSobi can easily upgrade their eSobi for free to enjoy the enhanced personal Internet experience on Windows 7 when it arrives later this year.
By passing the Microsoft-designed tests to meet all of the technical requirements to be compatible with Windows 7, eSobi is ensured to be free of malware, install easily, and run reliably with the minimal number of hangs, crashes, or restarts with Windows 7 including the 64 bit edition. For eSobi's support for OPML file format to group multiple RSS feeds into a single portable file, users can easily share their subscribed news channels between different PCs in order to stay updated with their favorite news sources across multiple computers without extra effort.
"eSobi has earned its global reputation on making it more efficient and personal to utilize Internet resources in daily life," said Wen Lee, chairman of esobi Inc. "By working with Microsoft and as the very first company in our category to receive the Compatible with Windows 7 logo, eSobi customers can have confidence of the compatibility, reliability, security, and performance of eSobi on their Windows 7–based computers."
eSobi is a web 2.0 software program offering a highly customizable news reader and search tool to help deliver web content that best meets users' interests. A document library for central, integrated Internet data management is also included. eSobi is now the software partner of Acer, Transcend and MSI worldwide and supports 15 global languages. Currently eSobi already supports Windows 7 RC. Users of eSobi and eSobi News Center on all Acer PCs will receive free upgrade to the latest compatible version of eSobi in the future when Windows 7 is released.
To know more about eSobi, visit http://www.esobi.com. Or, watch the short animated eSobi intro on YouTube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ID09pY53_ZY and follow eSobi on Twitter at http://twitter.com/eSobi.
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