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Topic # 58117 8-Mar-2010 17:46
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What's the difference between WHQL and Windows Logo Certified ? Are they one and the same under a different name ?

A scour of of Windows Hardware Developer Central didn't enlighten me. In fact a search of WHQL on the MS Site brings up a number 1 hit on the Windows Logo Program, and absolutely no mention of WHQL on the referred page ....




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  Reply # 306093 10-Mar-2010 22:18
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Hello

Microsoft's Windows Logo Program is the one that Certifies tha the Products/systems which have been successfully through WHQL ( windows hardware quality Labs) Testing , will be Qualified to use "Windows Logo"

To put in simple words.... ( devices\systems  must) successfully go through WHQL testing if you want Windows Logo for ur devices/systems.

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Wintestlogo Team
WHQL Pre-Certification company



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Reply # 306164 11-Mar-2010 10:02
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Thanks kindly for your reply - I am a little wiser now ...
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