Windows 7 Supported by Accusoft Pegasus Imaging Tools


TAMPA, Fla. – October 22, 2009 – Accusoft Pegasus, the leading provider of imaging software development kits (SDKs), today announces full support for the new Microsoft® Windows® 7 operating system. Software developers can use the most popular imaging SDKs to build Windows 7 applications today.

Accusoft Pegasus products are supported on Windows 7. The included sample applications built using Accusoft Pegasus SDKs and deployed on Windows 7 operating systems are also supported.

Windows 7 will make it easier to deploy applications built with ImageGear’s WPF imaging technology to end-user computers. The use of WPF normally requires installation of the .NET Framework 3.0 or higher, and this is now conveniently included in the Win7 installation.

“This is the most significant Windows version introduced in eight years or more,” says Paul Firth, product manager at Accusoft Pegasus. “We’re expecting faster and wider adoption than Vista, and we are ready.”

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About Accusoft Pegasus

Founded in 1991 under the corporate name Pegasus Imaging, and headquartered in Tampa, Florida, Accusoft Pegasus is the largest source for imaging software development kits (SDKs) and image viewers. Imaging technology solutions include barcode, compression, DICOM, editing, forms processing, OCR, PDF, scanning, video, and viewing. Technology is delivered for Microsoft .NET, ActiveX, Silverlight, AJAX, ASP.NET, Windows Workflow, and Java environments. Multiple 32-bit and 64-bit platforms are supported, including Windows, Windows Mobile, Linux, Solaris x86, Solaris SPARC, Mac OS X, and IBM AIX. Visit for more information.