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GaGe announces support for Windows Vista

GaGe has announced support for Windows Vista for its next-generation high-speed digitisers. The new drivers from GaGe provide support for both 32 and 64-bit versions of Windows Vista.

GaGe’s new drivers that include Windows Vista support are compatible with GageScope oscilloscope software that allows users to acquire and analyse signals without writing a single line of programming code.

GaGe also offers Windows Vista support in their powerful Software Development Kits (SDKs) for C/C#, Matlab or Labview and other popular programming environments for users that want to create their own custom software applications.

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