Amazon's Kindle software headed to Windows 7

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AmazonKindleUser2.jpgIT Pro Portal is reporting that Amazon’s popular Kindle e-reader will be getting a Windows 7-specific app.

The Kindle app will allow its users to port e-books from the e-reader to a laptop or PC, displaying them on a users monitor and allowing them to buy e-books directly from Amazon’s Kindle store.

It’s a timely announcement from Amazon what with the buzz currently being generated by the launch of Microsoft’s operating system. Windows 7 support will offer Kindle massive potential exposure to many new customers, with the popularity of e-readers steadily rising.

Gerald Lynch
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