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Posted by [PM], 05/01/2002 01:02 PM
Overclockedcafe has published an interview with C. Adrian Silasi of SiSoftware. Probably almost every computer user has or had Sandra installed. If you're interested in some insight on Sandra and how it all began click on read more for an excerpt and the link.
GoaT: Are there any future plans at SiSoftware that you can share with our readers? Adrian: The Win32 ANSI Sandra will be joined by the native NT/200X Unicode version; both will be distributed but as 98/Me get replaced by 2000 and XP we're hoping users will soon switch to the leaner and meaner Unicode version. When 98/Me reach EOL, the ANSI version will be discontinued also. As well as the Linux version just mentioned, there should also be a version for Windows CE devices; these things have got very powerful - only a few years ago such a config on a consumer desktop PC was top-of-the-range! I still prefer my Palm though - far smaller and the battery lasts for a week before recharge! I'd love to do a Palm version just don't have the time. Read the full interview
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