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[26 Jan 2009 | 7 Comments | ]

There are some aspects of Windows 7 that are noticeably different than that of it’s predecessors. For me the most striking difference is the introduction of libraries in Windows Explorer. Almost instantly, with what feel like mostly minor changes, the user interface for Windows Explorer and general usability has been rocketed into the 21st century.

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[1 Oct 2008 | One Comment | ]

Software Imaging have released a new XPS viewer as a free download. The viewer uses Software Imaging’s own PrintMagicXPS technology to render the XPS documents, which differs from other XPS viewers because it is developed in C++ native code, and therefore has no dependency on .Net or managed code.
Features include:

High quality rasterizer which leverages Software Imaging’s PrintMagicXPS technology
Full compliance with the XPS 1.0 specification
Easy to use and view your XPS documents
Priority given to the rendering of the first page of a multiple page XPS document
Multi-threaded application for improved performance on multi-core systems
Developed in …