Windows® 7 supports Dolby Digital® Plus
Get outstanding Dolby Digital audio with Windows 7
Microsoft's next operating system Windows 7 supports Dolby Digital Plus multichannel audio. The feature is available in Windows 7 Home Premium, Professional, Enterprise and Ultimate editions. Windows 7 also supports the Dolby Digital Plus features such as support up to 7.1 channels and bit stream mixing for secondary audio tracks. Dolby Digital Plus give home theater-quality audio to the computer.
The company has said that Windows 7 will maintain the quality of Dolby Digital Plus at a lower data rate and also Windows is fully compatible with all current Dolby Digital A/V receivers. The format that is used to broadcast audio standard for HDTV services in many countries uses is Blu-ray discs format. It is also used to drive up Internet content.
Windows Vista was the OS of Microsoft to include Dolby Digital technology in Operating Systems. Windows Vista Ultimate and Home Premium editions supported Dolby Digital 5.1
Ramzi Haidamus, Executive Vice President Sales and Marketing, Dolby Laboratories has said that it makes sense that Dolby Digital Plus has been selected as the audio format for delivering high-quality surround sound, as Windows 7 amplifies the entertainment experience on the PC.
Microsoft's Vice President of Windows Product Management, Mike Nash has stated that now-a-days PC users are focused on audio quality than the other features. Dolby Digital Plus support in Windows 7 is a strong step farther for Microsoft's new OS and this is for sure that this is not the last announcement out of Microsoft.
Call +8774667165 or visit http://windows7.iyogi.com/migration/.