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Major Unofficial Upgrade for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Vista and XP
« on: September 04, 2008, 02:51:44 PM »
At $50, I'll skip it, but, if interested...


Major Unofficial Upgrade for Microsoft(R) Windows(R) Vista and XP Released by Extensoft
Extensions for Windows(R) provides the 'missing link' by enhancing computer operating system's functionality through advanced features

Last update: 2:25 p.m. EDT Sept. 3, 2008
SEATTLE, Sept 03, 2008 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- In an answer to the market's demand for a better, more user-friendly Microsoft(R) Windows(R), Extensoft announced today the release of its Extensions for Windows -- a product that significantly broadens the functionality of both Windows XP and Vista. Extensions for Windows is the first community driven, modular upgrade for Windows XP and Vista and contains a number of new features Windows users have desired as part of the operating system.
When the initial news of the Extensions for Windows product was leaked in the form of a video to YouTube by one of the Beta testers, it was seen by over half a million viewers -- many regarding the product as the next version of Microsoft's operating system, Windows 7.
Extensions for Windows provides a variety of useful functions that will solve many of the shortcomings in Windows. At a time when Microsoft has been reported to be spending $300 million on a new advertising campaign featuring Jerry Seinfeld, Extensoft is working to provide the actual features that Windows users have been waiting for in undelivered products such as Windows Vista and Ultimate Extras. Extensions for Windows also provides a great alternative for Windows XP users still unconvinced about switching to Vista.
"Extensions for Windows is meant to enhance the typical Windows user's experience," says Eugene Zvyagintsev, Product Manager for the Extensions. "One of our primary goals is to work with the Windows user community and act on their behalf, bringing more features, usability and value to the operating system that so many of us use every day."
Extensions for Windows gives users many new features, applications and improvements that typically cost between $20 and $100 each, while providing consistent interface and seamless integration with Windows. The Extensions features include:

    --  Screen Capture and Desktop Recorder - extends the Print Screen key
        functionality to capture screenshots and live demos to a file, email
        or printer.

    --  Extended Windows Explorer - enhances the Windows Explorer with a
        two-panel file manager and ability to group multiple folders.

    --  FTP & SFTP Locations - extends "My Computer" with simplified
        connectivity to Website hosts for uploading images, blogs and

    --  Keyboard Shortcuts Manager - extends "My Computer" with convenient
        keyboard shortcut management.

    --  Image and Document Converters - converts variety of document and image
        formats, including image resizing.

    --  PDF Converter - converts printable documents to Adobe(R) PDF format.

    --  Disk Usage Analyzer - helps manage and organize computer disk space by
        locating large files and folders.

    --  Search & Replace - provides advanced file search with ability to
        replace text in text files.

    --  File Comparer - compares text files side by side

Extensions for Windows provides a management console from which extensions can be downloaded, installed, and managed. The current version includes 13 separate extensions, each of which can be installed or disabled at any time. Two additional extensions are planned by end of the year, with many more to follow.
Extensions for Windows is priced at $49.95 per user and is now offering a free 60-day trial at the company's website at http://www.extensoft.com. A free, ad-supported version is also planned. Extension for Windows works with Microsoft Windows XP, Vista and 2000.
About Extensoft
Extensoft is a unique consumer software company with the goal of bringing creativity and productivity to computer users worldwide. Extensoft is located in Seattle, Washington and Las Vegas, Nevada.
Note: Windows is a registered trademark of the Microsoft Corporation. Extensoft is not affiliated with Microsoft Corporation or its products.
This release was issued on behalf of the above organization by Send2Press(R), a unit of Neotrope(R). http://www.Send2Press.com
SOURCE Extensoft