Mago.<i>net</i> 3.0 is compatible with Windows 7!

 by Fabrizio Perricone - Product Marketing Manager

Microarea, always on the alert for the latest technological solutions useful for increasing the productivity of each single user, was awarded the compatibility “stamp” for the new Microsoft Windows 7 Operating System. Standardizing and simplifying the setup process played an essential part in reaching this important result. It also staked on the Wiki technology to furnish a new flexible Help line.

Are you planning to buy a new PC or update your operating system to Windows 7 but you’re afraid that can’t keep up with you? Don’t worry! Microarea is always in step with the times: as a Microsoft Partner, Microarea had have a chance of testing the latest Windows 7 way before it was put onto the market; this offered the possibility to carry out all the necessary controls to be able to boast the compatibility before the product came out.

Standardizing the installation itself is an important factor for guaranteeing maximum reliability and eliminating the risk of incompatibility: standard components, recommended by Microsoft, provide the assurance of having the maximum compatibility. The server setup is now entrusted to an “msi” package (the Microsoft standard for setups for any type of application). The client setup is set to the Microsoft ClickOnce application: simple, effective and above all, it’s reliable! has always been committed to support and use the latest technologies; Wiki is the key word for a flexible, complete and simple management of the immense library of know-how available at user’s disposal. The new Help & Information Center is developed exactly on Wiki technology (the one also used by Wikipedia just to get the idea). An on line Help is always updated due to the fact that it’s on line, direct links to the e-learning library of Microarea University make it a modern and simple Help instrument without stopping its content evolvement. The Help & Information Center “contributors” are currently personnel of Microarea, but in the nearest future Partners and End-users may also give their contribution to make it increasingly complete.