Windows 7 Runs On Shuttle Barebones

Posted: Aug 14 2009, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:46pm CDT, in News | Notebooks and PCs

 

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Most of you are probably familiar with the name Shuttle. The company makes some very slick and sexy small form factor computers and other barebones machines. Shuttle announced today that it has certified its products as compatible with the coming Windows OS.

Windows 7 compatibility means that users can run both the beta versions of Windows 7 already available and can upgrade their machines to full Windows 7 copies when they ship in October. Shuttle says that its team has conducted tests of several different Shuttle machines with Windows 7 Ultimate RTM.

Shuttle says that it has drivers ready to go for all tested machines for Windows 7 compatibility. You can see a complete list of Windows 7 compatible Shuttle machines here.

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