Gene Construction Kit & Gene Inspector Compatible with Windows 8

GCK 4.0 & GI 2.0 supported under Windows 8

West Lebanon, NH  – 10|24|2012

Textco BioSoftware, Inc. today confirmed compatibility with the new Windows® 8 operating system. The current version of Gene Construction Kit® (v 4.0) and Gene Inspector® (v 2.0) are supported under this first Windows 8 release.

Minimum system requirements (for both Windows and Macintosh) can be found below:

Intel compatible Pentium class processor
Windows 8, 7, Vista or XP SP3

Intel Core Duo processor
Mac OS 10.8 (Mountain Lion), 10.7 (Lion) & 10.6 (Snow Leopard)

Technical Requirements Under Both OS’s
250 MB RAM*
50 MB of available hard disk space
Internet connection required for GenBank/EMBL & Database Searches

* RAM requirements vary depending upon the size of data being analyzed.

Contact Textco BioSoftware for more information. Free demo versions of Gene Construction Kit 4.0 and Gene Inspector 2.0 are available for download.

Contact for Sales/Marketing:

Brant Hackett; 480-241-9121

Roberta Brucks Gross; 603-643-1471

About Textco BioSoftware

Textco BioSoftware (formerly Textco, Inc.), has been developing high quality productivity tools for molecular biologists for over 25 years. Our unwavering commitment to customer service, and our focus on quality has generated a loyal customer following. Since 1984, we have provided solutions to scientists who are breaking new ground in genetic engineering, basic biology research, drug development, and biotechnology – at academic, government, and corporate institutions in more than 50 countries worldwide.

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