Propellerhead Announces Full Compatibility with Windows Vista

Stockholm, Sweden (January 30, 2007)--Microsoft's release, first thing today, of its new Operating System, Windows Vista, brings software developers into the spotlight, to announce (if they haven't already) Vista-compatible versions of their software products. Propellerhead Software announced yesterday that its software products are now fully compatible with Windows Vista.
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Stockholm, Sweden (January 30, 2007)--Microsoft's release, first thing today, of its new Operating System, Windows Vista, brings software developers into the spotlight, to announce (if they haven't already) Vista-compatible versions of their software products. Propellerhead Software announced yesterday that its software products are now fully compatible with Windows Vista.

All Propellerhead applications comply to Microsoft's Works with Windows Vista guidelines, as described below.

Reason 3.0.4:
Users of Reason 3.0.4 (without ReWire) can safely upgrade to Windows Vista.
Please note the following:
1. Reason will require administrative privileges the first time it is installed and launched in Windows Vista. This is normal and due to the enhanced security features in Windows Vista.
2. Users upgrading from an earlier version of Windows to Windows Vista will need to reauthorize Reason. This requires the original CDs as well as the serial number.

ReCycle 2.1:
Users of ReCycle 2.1 can safely upgrade to Windows Vista.
Please note the following:
1. ReCycle will require administrative privileges the first time it is installed and launched in Windows Vista. This is normal and due to the enhanced security features in Windows Vista.
2. Users upgrading from an earlier version of Windows to Windows Vista will need to reauthorize ReCycle. This requires the original CD as well as the serial number.

Reload 1.0.1:
Users of Reload 1.0.1 can safely upgrade to Windows Vista.
Please note the following:
1. Reload will require administrative privileges the first time it is installed and launched in Windows Vista. This is normal and due to the enhanced security features in Windows Vista.
2. Users upgrading from an earlier version of Windows to Windows Vista will need to reauthorize Reload. This requires from the users to have their serial number.

ReWire and Rex:
ReWire and Rex are also compatible with Windows Vista. However, as a result of the enhanced security features in Windows Vista, the way ReWire and Rex need to be installed has changed. Propellerhead has created a special Installer of ReWire and Rex for users of Windows Vista. This installer can be downloaded from www.propellerheads.se.

A note on hardware:
Users should be aware that they may need to update the installation of their audio hardware, keyboard controller or other controller when upgrading to Windows Vista. Propellerhead strongly recommends that users consult the hardware manufacturer for more information about compatibility with Windows Vista, before upgrading the operating system.

"We are very excited about the advent of Windows Vista," said Ernst Nathorst Boos, CEO of Propellerheads Software. "Our transition to Windows Vista was smooth and easy. Microsoft made the work simple for us and ultimately our end users will benefit from the robust and intuitive environment."

"Propellerhead Software is a valued industry partner creating cutting-edge music software on Microsoft technologies," said Liron Shaked, director of the Worldwide Consumer ISV Group at Microsoft Corp. "We are thrilled with Propellerhead Software's continued support of Windows Vista, and we look forward to working with them to deliver innovative solutions for the audio and music industries."

Propellerhead Software
www.propellerheads.se