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Microsoft Case Study: ATI and Stardock
Published on March 17, 2005 By koop In OS Customization
A Microsoft Case Study shows how ATI was able to reduce costs and accelerate the development cycle of the Catalyst Control Center by using DirectSkin from Stardock to create a skinnable user interface. DirectSkin is a tool for software developers that easily integrates into applications developed in the most widely used programming languages and supports .NET. Once integrated, developers can use WindowBlinds technology to give their applications a flexible, attractive user interface. "Making the Catalyst Control Center customizable definitely gives us a competitive advantage," says Andrew Dodd, Software Product Manager for ATI. "There's nothing else like it out there."
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