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Publisher description for MicroPlanet Gravity
Gravity is a usenet news client for reading news over NNTP on Windows Operating Systems. Gravity has been a popular newsreader since 1996 when it was developed by MicroPlanet. The newer open source versions are optimized for the latest 32 and 64 bit Windows Systems including Windows 7. History: Gravity has been a popular Usenet client since 1996. Originally, Gravity was shareware, written and developed by MicroPlanet Inc. (incorporated Feb 1995). It was sold briefly to Anawave software, then re-acquired by MicroPlanet. Gravity was chosen as PC Magazine's Editor's Choice in October 1996. MicroPlanet eventually gave away Gravity free of charge. About - General Information: Gravity is a full featured Windows Usenet online/offline Usenet news client with an extensive feature list including Rules, Scoring, and Filters. Versions 2.9 and higher are compatible with modern 32 and 64-bit multi- user Windows Operating Systems (Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7). These versions write databases and settings to the user account folders so that multiple users can use Gravity and have their own settings. We recommend using the newer builds. If you are new to Gravity, simply Download and run (or just run) the installer. Just in case you do not want a newer beta test version, remember that versions considered stable are even numbered (2.8, 3.0). We recommend using the default install directory. You can read or download (right click and save as) the Install Guide (PDF). If you have Gravity version 2.7 and higher installed, the new versions should pick up your databases and settings. The later 2.6 version data may import (maybe not). When you upgrade to a newer Gravity version, it is best to not uninstall your existing version so that the new version will import your settings.