Microsoft's release of Microsoft Reader 2.0, the new version of its eBook reader, sent shivers of joy through the seven people who actually use the technology. The free product is available for Windows-based PCs and laptops and Pocket PC 2002 devices. However, Reader 2.0 doesn't support previous Pocket PC devices—bringing down the total number of possible users to two. But those two people will enjoy a bevy of new features, including multiple activations, a better UI, and a new Web interface.