While we are focusing on the GUI that will come, two major players have released their new products, or are about to. Snow Leopard hit the streets at the end of August, while the much-awaited Windows 7 is scheduled for October, 22nd.
All tests for Fing on Max OS X Snow Leopard passed with a perfect green light. Fing is committed to maintain a small memory footprint. Any advantages coming from a 64-bit architecture are therefore less relevant to the application.
We had tested also Fing on Microsoft Windows 7 RC1. Some changes have been applied, and the current executable of Fing (which runs on Windows 2000, XP and Vista) doesn't start. We apologies to anyone who tried and spent times on that.
We have figured out a solution, and are currently testing for Windows 7 64-bit platform. We will, of course, keep you posted through news, mails and tweets.
Compatibility with new platforms is not the only feature you will find in the next release of Fing. But we'll keep that for another post.