List of Vista 32 bit logo compliant apps? Is Sun Java compliant?

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by Richard Herb, Oct 3, 2008.

  1. Richard Herb

    Richard Herb Guest

    I work for a large network broadcasting company in new york.

    We have a new CIO who has issued a directive that all (or most) apps
    should have earned the Microsoft 32 bit logo compliant seal.

    There was a whole list of apps when XP was around, but we are all
    upgraded to Vista Business.

    He says:

    "The the Microsoft 32 bit logo compliant seal on the box assures
    people and companies that the programmers have followed Microsoft
    standards when designing their apps.

    Using compliant apps that follow standards makes for a crash free
    environment."


    Where did they move the list to? I can only find a hardware list, not
    a software list.

    Is Sun Java logo compliant? I cant find anything on Sun's website that
    shows that they are. Sun is notorious for going against Microsoft
    standards.

    Many of MS's competitors follow standards, Symantec, Adobe, Autodesk,
    etc

    Thanks, Rich
     
    Richard Herb, Oct 3, 2008
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  2. Richard Herb

    John [MSFT] Guest

    The Windows Vista Compatibility Center lists compatibility details for
    thousands of apps and individual versions. You can select "Certified for
    Windows Vista" in the advanced search options, or when you do a search from
    the main page, on the left hand side under "Select a results filter". When
    you select specific versions, more details are provided. You can also
    search on 32-bit vs 64-bit.

    Hope this helps.
     
    John [MSFT], Oct 3, 2008
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  3. Richard Herb

    John [MSFT] Guest

    John [MSFT], Oct 3, 2008
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  4. Richard Herb

    Richard Herb Guest

    thanks!

    :)

    MS Rules!
    Vista Ultimate SP1 with dreamscenes
     
    Richard Herb, Oct 23, 2008
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