Lets's Talk Computers - Diskeeper Corporation  June 3, 2006
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Diskeeper Corporation
Interview on June 3, 2006
Version Recovery     Guest: Jeremy Buck
Diskeeper Corporation, formerly Executive Software, is the undisputed leader in defragmentation technology with over 19 million licences sold worldwide.

Jeremy Buck, Spokesperson with Diskeeper Corporation talks about Undelete 5.0. Jeremy says, "Undelete Recovery Bin, is like having Microsoft's Recycle Bin on steroids". Undelete 5 protects the files that the Windows recycle bin and backup systems miss. Undelete 5 captures and protects all deleted files, allowing instant file recovery with just a few clicks of the mouse. And now with Undelete's new Version Recovery you can recover multiple versions of your Microsoft Excel and Power Point files.
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