SOURCE: Wellton Way

March 09, 2005 03:15 ET

"With Its Track Record, It Will Take Microsoft a Hundred Years to Develop a User Interface That Everyone Can Use! That Is Not Acceptable in This Day and Age," Says Claes Wellton, CEO at Wellton

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STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN -- (MARKET WIRE) -- March 9, 2005 -- Microsoft has developed operating systems and user-interfaces since 1980. Besides the well known security problems that the Microsoft operating systems has created, it is today, 25 years later, only 15-20% of the world's population are able to use a Microsoft computer and the Internet.

With this track record it will thus take at least 100 years before Microsoft succeeds in developing a user-interface that everyone can use. (Microsoft Media Center Edition 2005 has not notably changed this scenario)

Since this wait is unacceptable, Wellton Way has developed the world's only user interface that anyone can use -- without any special instructions and without any prior computer knowledge; Wellton Way MultiMedia Center (MMC)

Wellton Way MultiMedia Center (MMC) is available today.

PC manufacturers can pre-install Wellton Way MultiMedia Center on their PC's, and only pay 1 euro per license; which in turn means that everyone now can start using computers in the living room.

See our demonstration of Wellton Way MultiMedia Center at CeBIT, Hall 21, Booth C07. (March 10 - March 16, Hanover, Germany)

Contact Information

  • For more information, please contact:

    Claes Wellton
    +46 70 562 39 80

    Nicolas Persson
    +46 70 580 99 20