Special Christmas Offer – SamLogic Media Tools

Christmas OfferUntil December 31st you can buy the SamLogic Media Tools product suite, with 5 of our programs, for only 99 dollar. The suite contains the following 5 programs:

– SamLogic CD-Menu Creator
– SamLogic USB AutoRun Creator
– SamLogic Visual Installer
– SamLogic MultiMailer
– SamLogic Image Resizer

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Android – The Rise to Success

In this article on our website we inform about how to create an email newsletter that can be read on a smartphone. We also discuss different smartphone models and different operating systems for smartphones.

One common operating system (OS) for smartphones is Android from Google. Android is a Linux-based operating system designed for touchscreen mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers. Android is a very popular operating system and is used for example in Samsung Galaxy S2 and Samsung Galaxy S3, which are two smartphone models that have been sold in very large numbers.

75% of All Sold Smartphones
About 75% of all smartphones that were sold the third quarter of 2012 used Android as operating system. 1.3 million devices were activated every day in the same period. Today Android is the world’s most used smartphone OS / platform.

Infographic: Android – The Rise to Success
The infographic below (from MBA Online) gives interesting facts about Android’s rise to success:

Android - The Rise to Success

Two new Spanish articles

We have published two new Spanish articles on our international web site. It is the article The ‘Program Files (x86)’ and ‘SysWOW64’ folders explained and the article The ‘Program Files’ folder in different languages that have been translated to Spanish. These two technical articles informs about some important folders in 32 and 64 bit Windows, that is good to know if you install program files and other types of binary files in these systems. Below are direct links to the two Spanish articles:

> Explicación de las carpetas ‘Archivos de programa (x86)’ y ‘SysWOW64’
> La carpeta ‘Archivos de programa’ en distintos idiomas