I just received a newsletter from Grahl Software, the makers of PDF Annotator, an applicatin that lets Tablet PC users annotate PDF documents using pen and ink. It looks like they are adding some new features that will be available only within Vista. When we get word of a new release of PDF Annotator for Vista and find out what those features are, we will be sure to post an article.
From the Grahl Software newsletter:
The lauch of Microsoft’s next generation operating system, Windows Vista, is getting closer and closer now.
Being a Vista Early Adoption Program Partner at Microsoft, we have been working with Vista since the early betas. We have been testingour main applications, PDF Annotator and SnippetCenter, on Windows Vista for some time now, and have made sure that the current versions already install and run without any problems on Windows Vista.
We have now also started development to support some new features that will be available within Vista only, to ensure, that if you run Windows Vista, you will immediately benefit from all improvements starting today and not tomorrow. I guess we will be able to tell more in our next newsletter.
This does not mean that we drop support for older operating systems, though. Our applications will still install and run fine on Windows 2000 and up, and we plan to keep supporting this for some time – probably even longer than Microsoft does.
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