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New universal app for Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1

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Michael · 10/16/2012
Needs original vectors

These are rasterized posters that pixelate terribly when zoomed.

Sandor · 9/24/2012
no zoom, and move with touchpad

an other prove of metro apps unusability with conventional computers

Jeff · 2/24/2015
Great application

Love that this application has been updated with Windows Server 2012 R2, System Center 2012 R2 and more. Great work!

Alex · 10/31/2013
Update for Server 2012 R2 Feature Set, Please!

Awesome app! Thanks so much for taking the time to combine all these resources.

Marcello · 6/18/2013
Great reference tool.

I showed it to a client and they loved it!

Skyler · 5/13/2013
Really great

In my opinion this is a great app. I really like the infographic presentation; Microsoft has a tendency to both be long-winded and ambiguous sometimes, and the visual layout lets you just jump to where you want to be. Clicking on an area which then leads you to the TechNet site is a great touch as well.

Henry · 3/14/2013
Very useful, fails for portrait view monitors

I love the app. Caveat: The app crashes when asked to load a document in portrait view. The app loads documents fine in landscape view. After loading a document, the app crashes is moving from a landscape to portrait view monitor. Nonetheless, I recommend it as a great way to quickly find needed info.

Bryant · 12/14/2012
All the architecture posters in one place

Ok, not all of them, but the latest ones anyway. I'd love to see more of these but I really like the concept of the app. It's nice to have these in an app and it's easy to use.

Andras · 12/5/2012
Very good idea

Very nice idea, comes in very handy at customers. Zooming out produces jerky text.

Charles · 10/9/2012

Provides architecture diagrams for Microsoft Server technologies (Windows, Exchange, SharePoint, Azure, etc.). Allows downloading of posters for printing. The viewing navigation is clunky. No apparent means of horizontal scrolling without using the scroll bar. No keyboard navigation. Needs more content, possibly developer oriented diagrams in a similar app.

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