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List of Windows 7 compatible applications that have been registered with Microsoft and how to get yours registered if you have an application

I’ve been asked a few times about what software is registered with Microsoft as compatible with Windows 7 or has a certified status with Windows 7.  The answers can be found on either of these two web sites:

 

If you are an ISV who wishes to register your information, have a look at the downloadable template or web form here - https://www.microsoft.com/windows/compatibility/windows-7/en-us/partner/submission.aspx

 

To learn more about developing for Windows 7, look here for Independent Software Vendors.  You should also look at the ISVAppCompat site - https://www.isvappcompat.com/uk which gives details for how to certify your application and also make a press release about the fact.  One of the ISVs I work with is Iris and they have just released their press releases at http://www.iris.co.uk/news__press/news_folder/newswindows_7_strategy.aspx.

 

It all helps customers get what they want from Windows 7.

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Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year


David

 

 


Posted Thu, Dec 24 2009 8:44 PM by David Overton

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Tony Kellerman wrote re: List of Windows 7 compatible applications that have been registered with Microsoft and how to get yours registered if you have an application
on Thu, Jul 29 2010 10:37 AM

Do you know any trusted list/website to get Windows 7 compatible drivers for these applications and softwares? ive downloaded some drivers and it was disastrous.

Business Directory wrote re: List of Windows 7 compatible applications that have been registered with Microsoft and how to get yours registered if you have an application
on Sat, Jul 9 2011 11:01 AM

I don't believe that your software is compatible with Windows 7,.If it is so it means that it is highly developed.

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