Lets's Talk Computers - iolo technologies  October 16, 2004
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iolo technologies
Interview on October 16, 2004
Utility Software     Guest: Scott Yenor
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.

In the second of two parts, Chief Information Officer Scott Yenor discusses the System Mechanic 5 product family. The latest release of iolo's award-winning utility suite is a totally integrated suite of powerful PC tools that will keep your system running smooth and error-free. Six award-winning products make up one authoritative solution to: fix stubborn errors; maintain peak performance; protect against viruses and Internet threats; eliminate spyware; ensure Internet security; recover deleted files and email; and more!
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