More resources to help you get compatible with Windows 7


Astute readers of this blog (and who amongst you isn't?) might have detected a recurring theme about Windows 7 and app compatibility.  We really, really, really, really, really want you to be compatible with Windows 7, and so, at the risk of piling on, here's another resource we're providing to help you get there.


Our ISV Application Compatibility Team has asked us to inform you that in anticipation of the release of Windows® 7 and Windows Server® 2008 R2, Microsoft wants to give ISVs a head start to ensure that their applications are compatible with these new releases (your recurring theme detector is probably pegged at this point.) So, we have developed the ISV Compatibility Test and additional support resources to help you get your application(s) approved.  Are you surprised by this?  By now, you shouldn't be...


You can access the *absolutely-free*, *wicked-awesome", *smooth-like-buttah" compatibility test we've posted for you up on https://www.isvappcompat.com/?WT.mc_id=smoc1, and proceed from there to get your apps checked out.


So please, please, please, please, please get your apps compatible, and then get ready to join us for the massive Windows 7/Server 2008 R2 blow-out bash at launch, secure in the knowledge that your software is good to go on our latest operating systems.


Many thanks (as always...)


jmp

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  1. My latest in a series of the weekly, or more often, summary of interesting links I come across related to Visual Studio. Greg Duncan has posted a few good links: Free Training of the Week – Seven hours of free, for a limited time, .Net (C#/VB) training

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