For over a year now, Outbyte has been making charitable donations to ACRF, the Australian Cancer Research Foundation to support the ACRF Tumour Metabolism Laboratory. With the recent cancer diagnosis of one of our colleagues, Outbyte plans to increase its support for employees that are affected, as well as for ACRF and their charitable work, and to other cancer research and treatment initiatives.
While issues with Windows performance have always existed, they have gradually improved in the years since Windows Vista was released. However, troubleshooting and resolving these issues remains a task that all computer users have to deal with every once in a while. This is often caused by system resources being overwhelmed and failing to keep up with the demand of the software being run.
Outbyte has acquired Extended Validation (EV) Code Signing Certificates for all of its software products from the world’s leading provider of IT security solutions, DigiCert. Such certificates allow developers to digitally sign applications as an additional measure of security, increasing user safety and trust. Signed software programs include the company’s name, digital signature, and an optional timestamp.
Outbyte apps that are now AppEsteem certified include Outbyte PC Repair, Outbyte Driver Updater and Outbyte AVarmor. Being able to meet all of AppEsteem’s strict requirements means that our product line apps can be considered clean, safe, and transparent; and that our software is compliant with the ethical and legal norms of distribution.
Outbyte has now joined the CleanApps.org organization to provide an even more secure experience to its customers. With CleanApps.org, Outbyte will be informed about the latest regulations and policies that may affect the industry so that the company is always compliant with them.