Due to the fact that Microsoft has launched its latest software, Microsoft XP, Vision Catcher has announced that it has already completed tests on its SecureVu range including the VC 2000 system - now known as SecureVu Novex - and its new offering of the 25 fps per input with fully synchronised audio - SecureVu Join.
"We can confirm that they are both capable of running on Windows XP," says Vision Catcher's Niall Beazley. "Microsoft has stated that by the end of January 2002 they will stop distributing Windows 98 and Windows 2000 professional; of course Windows NT4 ceased to be distributed last April. This means that any product utilising Windows platforms will need to be capable of running on Windows XP with its active directory kernel structure," he advises.
Beazley cautions that if one is using digital video recorders requiring Windows 98 then one may have a problem as the recorders do not run on active directory platforms and will need new drivers to ensure operation on Windows XP. "Those who are looking to go digital should ask the question: Does this DVR run on the latest operating systems?" concludes Beazley.
For further details contact Niall Beazley on tel: (011) 465 6396, e-mail: email@example.com
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