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Gen-9 Announces NOAH General Release

By DE Editors

The new release of the data management software from Gen-9 Inc. (Mountain View, CA) called NOAH was recently announced. The first version became available in September 2006 as part of a limited Beta release. NOAH Beta 2 is now being made available in a general release.

This version includes new features such as a faster database and overall enhanced performance, an icon-driven interface, a Setup Wizard that simplifies installation, an Import Wizard for Microsoft Outlook and Mozilla Thunderbird, drag-and-drop importation of web addresses and desktop file shortcuts, and drag-and-drop web page caching.

Other new features and enhancements integrate the management of email, web pages, RSS feeds, contacts, scheduling, and application files into a customizable interface.

Citing the massive amount of existing websites available and e-mail communication sent daily, Gen-9’s President and CEO Mark A. Fauci, said, “We started developing Noah by asking a simple question – how can we help people manage this flood of information?” He continues by calling NOAH “a new breed of ‘power-user’ data management software that can help everybody manage all this stuff.”

Noah can be downloaded for free at gen-9.net.

Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.

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