Lets's Talk Computers - iolo technologies  April 10, 2004
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iolo technologies
Interview on April 10, 2004
Email/File Recovery     Guest: Lee Appleyard
The privately held iolo technologies is a leading provider of Windows-based solutions for home, business, and enterprise-level PCs that specializes in PC optimization, data protection, and security applications. Search and Recover is a suite of powerful tools from iolo technologies designed to allow users to quickly and easily find and recover deleted, destroyed, and damaged items from their PCs, even after the Recycle Bin has been emptied.

Lee Appleyard, Director of Public Relations discusses what to do when your email disappears and how to recover important files. Learn what to do to recover files, folders, songs, pictures, videos, programs, critical system components, web pages, email messages and other important documents.
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