GRISOFT AVG Protection Available for Users of Windows Vista Beta 2
Bug Fix in public test version of Windows Vista operating system now allows users to install AVG Anti-Virus products
Millburn, N.J. – July 12, 2006 – GRISOFT, the maker of award-winning AVG Anti-Virus, today announced availability of AVG Anti-Virus protection for the Windows Vista environment. A programming error in Windows Vista Beta 2 was affecting the successful installation of security products supplied by GRISOFT. The bug has been fixed by Microsoft allowing users of GRISOFT products to effectively complete installation.
"Public testing of operating systems and application software is a great way to get feedback from users and allows the developer to make changes to suit demands of people who will use the products for their work and entertainment," said Karel Obluk, CTO of GRISOFT. "We are pleased that the bug was discovered and corrected in cooperation with Microsoft this quickly and that our customers can use our products in the upcoming generation of Microsoft Windows".
GRISOFT AVG users can acquire the update via Automatic Updates service for Windows Vista. After application of the update, AVG products can be installed and used without any further problems or restrictions.
GRISOFT is a leading provider of antivirus, firewall protection and security solutions for consumers and SMEs. It is one of the fastest growing companies in the industry with more than 30 million users around the world that rely on GRISOFT AVG products to protect their computers and networks.
Established in 1991, GRISOFT employs some of the world’s leading experts in antivirus software, specifically in the areas of virus analysis and detection, software development, and antivirus support. GRISOFT award-winning products are distributed globally through resellers and the Internet as well as via AVG Anti-Virus Software Developer’s Kit (SDK) to interested partners.
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