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Microsoft accredits eScan for Windows 7 compatibility

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MUMBAI, INDIA: eScan, a leading Information Security solution that provides proactive protection against virus, spam, trojan, and many other information security threats, has announced eScan’s accreditation for Windows 7 Compatibility by Microsoft.

Windows 7, an advanced version of the Windows operating system is intended to be a more focused, incremental upgrade to the Windows line and offers customers enhanced security, as well as innovative user interface features and reliability improvements.

With this, all new customers and existing customers of eScan will not have any compatibility issues when upgrading to Windows 7. Windows 7 compatibility is available from the recently released version of eScan 10 - Version 10.0.997.491 and above. In this release eScan also contains 2 new features – eScan Auto-Backup/Restore Utility and the eScan Remote Support Utility that will help in providing instant support to its customers.

Speaking on this, Govind Rammurthy, managing director and CEO of eScan said, “We at eScan have always been at the forefront in offering solutions that meet the ever changing requirements of our customers. Making eScan compatible with the just released Microsoft Windows 7 operating system helps to offer our customers compelling benefits, including improved security and support.

Customers with older versions of eScan can download the latest eScan Hotfix at http://www.mwti.net/hotfix to make their eScan compatible with Windows 7. We are also glad to announce that few Microsoft distributors also took the opportunity to bundle eScan with Windows 7 on the eve of the Windows 7 launch. This action also proves the huge popularity of eScan's advanced security features amongst partners and customers worldwide.”

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