Brainboxes, first Serial card Manufacturer to achieve Windows 7 Signed Drivers

October 1, 2009 / News

Brainboxes, a leader in Serial Connectivity and Bluetooth, became
the first serial card manufacturers in the world to achieve “Signed
Driver” accreditation in readiness for Windows 7, in advance of
Microsoft’s product release. Brainboxes has been working closely with
Microsoft to ensure that their serial cards keep pace with emerging
Windows Operating Systems.

“Brainboxes’ engineers have worked very hard to prepare the drivers to
ensure customers have access to the latest Windows Operating Systems as
soon as they become available while also continuing development of our
new ranges to meet customers growing demands.

Windows 7 is set to be the biggest selling operating system of the next
few years with uptake matching or surpassing that of Windows XP. This
new operating system is extremely robust and with great backward
compatibility. Brainboxes having signed drivers before the general
release, shows the dedication and dedication they have to ensure
customer satisfaction, allowing ease of transition for customers from
one operating system to the next whilst building upon their existing
hardware investments. Windows 7 is a high performance operating system
with many new features that customers will find beneficial such as
improved performance on multi-core processors, improved boot and shut
down times, greater security and is a multi touch aware operating
system. Brainboxes Windows 7 drivers, just like all brainboxes drivers from Windows XP support both 32 bit and 64 bit operating system editions.

See all brainboxes Windows 7 signed drivers on the microsoft website.