DataViz Releases Docs To Go 10.01 Update for Vista
Palm OS users who run Windows Vista OS have had cause for celebration with last week's release of the beta version of Palm Desktop on Palm’s website. Now Dataviz, makers of the popular Documents To Go mobile device software suite, have released an updated version of the Palm OS version of their app with full Vista support just as they promised earlier this year.
Version 10.01 of Documents To Go, dated July 31st 2007, is fully compatible with the recently-released Palm Desktop 6.2 beta. Documents To Go 10.01 is available as a free download for 10.00 users. It can be installed via the Vista-compatible Install tool of the new Palm Desktop while the HotSync Manager 7.0 component of Palm Desktop 6.2 allows proper file synchronization between the Palm device and the host PC.
While the initial version 10.00 of Docs To Go Premium released in April 2007 offered compatibility with the new Word and Excel 2007 formats used by Office 2007, actual Vista-compliance hinged upon Palm releasing a public beta of their Desktop software for Vista. In addition to the main addition of Vista Hotsync capability, Dataviz reports that various bug fixes have also been made in the 10.01 version.
Documents To Go Premium Edition retails for $49.99. A 30-day free trial version is available to download. Special Upgrade pricing of $29.99 is available directly from DataViz for all previous Documents To Go customers, including owners of the bundled version of Documents To Go Professional Edition. Most recent Palm OS Treos have shipped with Documents To Go version 8, while the Palm TX and E2 handhelds ship with version 7 of the app.
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