Current Burli Tech News
Log4J2 (aka Log4Shell, Log4J) vulnerability, December 2021
Burli does not use Java or the affected Java library. Read more…
Windows 11, October 2021
Windows 11 is beginning to appear on computers around the world. We do NOT yet recommend using Windows 11 in production with any of Burli’s products. Testing so far suggests Burli is compatible with Windows 11 with only very minor quirks found, but we cannot yet guarantee that Burli will be stable for live production on Windows 11.
Importantly, while Burli itself seems to run well under Windows 11, it is unlikely that all critical 3rd-party drivers will behave as expected. These include drivers for professional media devices (audio devices, AoPI systems), GPIO equipment, and other broadcast hardware. Past experience suggests can take several months before typical broadcast environments are fully compatible and stable on a major new Windows version.
Windows 7, Server 2008R2 End-of-Life, January 2020
Microsoft stopped all support for Windows 7 and Windows 2008R2 in January 2020. If you’re still using either we strongly recommend upgrading to something newer. Burli works well with all recent versions of Windows 10.
Burli ended its official support for Windows 7 and Server 2008R2 at the same time that Microsoft did. We can no longer guarantee that updates to Burli products will run reliably (or at all) on Windows 7/2008R2.
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