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Canon, Microsoft to Jointly Develop Color Management System for Windows Vista.

Tokyo, Japan, Sept 15, 2005 - (JCNN) - Canon announced on September 14 that it and Microsoft have formed a strategic alliance in color management systems for Windows Vista, Microsoft's next-genration operating system.

A new color management system that will be featured in Windows Vista, Windows Color System was developed based on Kyuanos, Canon's proprietary next-generation color management technology. Kyuanos provides an improved user experience though the use of a centralized color control panel and easy-to-use monitor calibration wizard.

Windows Color System takes advantage of the capability of today's powerful color devices such as digital cameras and color printers, featuring better screen-to-print matching, color appearance and greater fidelity and predictability.

Source: JCN http://www.japancorp.net

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