Virtual Application Studio by Spoon.net now supports Windows 8
As the release date of the most awaited operating system Windows 8 is approaching, more and more companies are coming forward to associate their names with the upcoming software. After some major brands, now a Seattle-based developer of application technology, Spoon.net, announced support for Windows 8 as well as Windows Server 2012 in their prominent Virtual Application Studio.
This industry-leading virtualization technology enables enterprises, software developers, and schools to set up as well as run desktop applications without dependencies, conflicts, operating system incompatibilities, or adjustments to the host desktop.
“We are pleased to offer the first virtualization engine in its class to support app virtualization on Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012,” said Kenji Obata, founder and chief executive officer of Spoon.net. “This release enables business continuity and simplifies operating system rollouts for enterprises requiring continued use of their legacy applications.”
The enhanced version Virtual Application Studio with support for Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012 is now available for download at its official website.