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CRAIC Technologies Microspectrometer Software is Compatible with Windows 8

Published: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
Last Updated: Wednesday, October 31, 2012
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Designed to more efficiently use resources allowing for even better operation of microspectrophotometers.

CRAIC Technologies has announced Windows™ 8 compatibility of its MINERVA microspectrometer control and spectral analysis software.

Scientists and engineers using MINERVA running on Windows™ 8 will immediately notice a more fluid response, with Window 8’s newly enhanced stability and advanced memory management.

Windows™ 8 will further improve the use ability of CRAIC's MINERVA microspectrometer software with such features a quick resizing of windows, easier to see icons and speedy access to often used documents and spectra.

Windows™ Search gives engineers and scientists even more power as a fast search engine to locate and quickly analyze data.

And best of all, Windows™ 8 is designed to more efficiently use resources allowing for even better operation of CRAIC microspectrophotometers.

"Windows™ 8 is an momentous enhancement for CRAIC Technologies customers" states Dr. Paul Martin, President of CRAIC Technologies.

Dr. Martin continued, "All CRAIC microspectrophotometer customers using our MINERVA instrument software on Windows™ 8 will find this new version of Windows™ a much more rewarding experience. With dramatically improved speed, responsiveness and reliability of the operating system, CRAIC customers will experience the benefits of this new operating system immediately."


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