Nov 7, 2008

DisplayLink Rocks Windows 7

When Windows 7 begins shipping to customers, DisplayLink Corp. plans to be ready to support it.

Innovators at DisplayLink have started working on driver development for Windows 7, aiming to ensure that the next-generation of DisplayLink-enabled monitors, adapters, docks and projectors will be compatible with Windows 7-based PCs.

Here's what Microsoft had to say:


“DisplayLink is a valuable partner in ensuring a smooth and seamless experience for customers connecting multiple monitors to Windows PCs via USB,” said Gary Schare, Director of Hardware Ecosystem Product Management at Microsoft Corp. “Microsoft is excited by DisplayLink’s early work to ensure compatibility with Windows 7.”

3 comments:

Jake said...

a driver for an unreleased OS, still no support for Linux yet :( We have four of your adapters hooked up in our office and they're one of the only things keeping us on Windows and off Linux. Please, please get some Linux drivers out there!

Zac said...

So I've got the drivers installed, and my Nanovision UM-710 is installed and recognized in the device manager, but the display doesn't appear in the display settings as a secondary display--I still just have the single laptop display listed. Any ideas?

mahasiswa teladan said...

hi..Im student from Informatics engineering, this article is very informative, thanks for sharing :)