New Release of ArcGIS Explorer Makes It Easier to Explore and Share Spatial Information

                                          Accompanying Web Site Includes New User Resources

Redlands, California, September 7, 2007—The latest release of ESRI's ArcGIS Explorer, a lightweight viewer that makes it easy to explore and share geographic information, contains many new powerful features and enhancements. Quickly organize your query results and more easily add content by downloading Build 410 of ArcGIS Explorer.

Using the newly improved Resource Center, it's easier than ever to access and use free GIS services with ArcGIS Explorer. Become part of the ArcGIS Explorer user community and use the Resource Center to share your work, learn from the Blogs and User Forums, and join the community of thousands of users already exploring their world with ArcGIS Explorer. The Resource Center's newly redesigned user interface gives you the ability to quickly open free maps and layers with ArcGIS Explorer, get tips and tricks from the blog, participate in discussion forums and share your projects.

The new version of ArcGIS Explorer extends the capabilities of the free software that brings the power of GIS to everyone. New capabilities include

  • Ability to access, modify, and save result properties
  • Improved hyperlink capabilities that make it easy to integrate web-based content and local files, videos, and documents
  • Improved result views that allow you to control the zoom and perspective for any result
  • Improved management and organization of results
  • Multilingual driving directions

    Once you have downloaded ArcGIS Explorer, you can start using it with a variety of maps and layers provided by ESRI free of charge. These include imagery, topographic maps, physical features, shaded relief, historical maps, street maps and more. Layers can be combined with local data or with other services to create your own custom maps, which can be easily shared both within and outside your organization.

    To download ArcGIS Explorer, visit

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