Famatech Releases Radmin 3.4 Supporting Windows 7

A new version of Radmin, one of the most popular remote control software solutions, supports the latest operating system from Microsoft.

Moscow, Russia, October 28, 2009 --(PR.com)-- Radmin, one of the most well-known remote access software solutions in the world, now supports Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit) and Windows Server 2008 R2. Legal users of Radmin 3.x are invited to upgrade their versions for free.

Along with its Windows 7 compatibility Radmin 3.4 also supports Intel® AMT technology, which provides the capability of switching on, restarting and shutting down any computer it is running on from a remote location. Radmin 3.4 also enables the user to view and change the BIOS settings of the remote computer and to boot it from a local or network disk.

“Radmin has been widely used by IT specialists for technical support of PCs on Windows platforms for years, so providing compatibility of Radmin with Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 was one of our top-priority targets. We tested Radmin 3.4 extensively to ensure it remains the highest quality and the fastest remote control software on the entire market. Due to Radmin’s new features, companies can switch to Windows 7 faster and easier, because they can remotely solve problems with applications on the new operating system, using the fastest and most secure remote software money can buy,” – says Dmitry Znosko, CEO of Famatech Corp.

To download Radmin 3.4 for Windows 7 remote access visit Radmin official site.

About Famatech

Famatech, founded in 1999, is the leading developer of remote control software for desktop and server management in the world. Famatech’s award-winning technologies enable IT professionals to quickly provide quality remote support, help desk services and network management.

Radmin®, DirectScreenTransfer™ and Famatech®, are registered trademarks and service marks of Famatech Corp.

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Natalia Melnikova