Both the 32-bit and the 64-bit versions of the OSeSobi, a multi-purpose information navigator, is among the first software solutions certified for Microsoft's next iteration of the Windows client. The Redmond-based company has been driving Windows 7 compatibility hard, inviting third-party developers to jump aboard, and eSobi was little shy of tailoring its product to the successor of Windows Vista.
The "Compatible with the Windows 7" logo attests that eSobi is designed to play nice with both the 32-bit and the 64-bit flavors of the upcoming operating system from Microsoft, scheduled to RTM by the end of July, and to launch on October 22, 2009.
"eSobi has earned its global reputation on making it more efficient and personal to utilize Internet resources in daily life," explained 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."
Earning the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo is no easy task. Software publishers need to adhere to the Redmond-based company's strict technical requirements and to have their solutions pass a series of quality tests. The presence of the compatibility logo is a guarantee that users will be able to enjoy seamless eSobi integration with Windows 7, whether it's for centralizing and accessing news, searching content or building their own libraries from online materials.
“eSobi is an integrated Internet tool for daily web resources management - combining the following: RSS reader (with Offline Readability and Text-only Reading Mode); Smart web search (with Keyword Proposition, a powerful search filter feature); Information library (easy-to-use built-in web page organizer - No more ‘Save As’),” revealed eSobi's Claire Hsu.
Esobi is available for download here.