by Project Director Arild Rasmussen
In case you haven’t heard, Microsoft has released Windows 10 on July 29th.
If you are one of the many Noah users planning to upgrade your PC to Windows 10, here are a few guidelines for you.
As a Microsoft partner company, HIMSA has been thoroughly testing Noah System 4.4 and the NOAHlink programming interface on pre-release versions of Windows 10. The testing has gone well, and we have not found any issues.
HIMSA will of course continue to test with the official Windows 10 release. We will let you know in our August newsletter when our final testing is complete.
However, Noah System and NOAHlink are only a part of the Noah software package. You must also ensure that the fitting and measurement modules as well as other audiological equipment you rely on will also run on Windows 10.
To avoid potential issues, make a check list. Then contact the manufacturers to ensure their software offers Windows 10 support before you make the upgrade.
Once Windows 10 has been fully tested and is officially supported, HIMSA will begin certifying Noah modules for the Windows 10 platform.
For more information on Windows 10, visit www.microsoft.com.