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December 31, 2005 Show:   Topic: Optimize Your Desktop  Guest: Karan Bavandi
Optimal Access Inc. is the developer of Optimal Desktop a unified 3 dimensional tabbed browser and RSS reader for PC's.

Founder & CEO of Optimal Access, Inc., Karan Bavandi talks about the needs of computer users for an organized desktop. Optimal Desktop's unified desktop offers a tab system that makes it easy to create personalized dashboards to access Internet links, RSS feeds, files and folders and get to any of them with 3 clicks or less.
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November 8, 2003 Show:   Topic: Organize Your Computer Desktop  Guest: Karan Bavandi
Optimal Access Inc. brings you products that simplify information management tasks on any device.

Karan Bavandi, CEO and Co-Founder of Optimal Access discusses version 3.0 of Mobile Desktop. With Mobile Desktop you can carry your Internet favorites, Internet passwords, and desktop settings on popular USB flash drives and/or any removable hard drives. Mobile Desktop is being marketed to students, traveling knowledge workers and anyone who needs to synchronize work among multiple computers. Mobile Desktop's tabbed technology lets users access files, folders and web pages from the same window, and stay within 3 clicks of any destination. The new version offers improved usability with the introduction of web tabs. Web tabs allow users to browser multiple web pages, each in a separate tab within each window.
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July 5, 2003 Show:   Topic: Desktop Configurations  Guest: Karan Bavandi
Optimal Access Inc. brings you products that simplify information management tasks on any device. Many organizations manage and organize their information structures and even though the needs of organizations are different, their user demands have a common thread -- they want to have their desktops set up the way they want.

Karan Bavandi, CEO and Co-Founder, discusses the Optimal Access product line that gives users the ability to set up their desktops to fit the way they work. Their signature program, Optimal Desktop, uses a MATRIX tabbed interface (Optimal Desktop portals) to give users easy access to hundreds of favorite destinations with 3 clicks or less. Optimal Desktop users can share hundreds of links organized in Optimal Desktop portals. Optimal Desktop's Mobile Edition lets users carry their desktops on removable USB drives. Then there is Optimal Archive, which is integrated with Optimal Desktop and Mobile Desktop or as a standalone program, that lets you view the structure of your zip-file in the explorer tree - launch applications from inside the zip file, and drag and drop files from and to the zip file with ease.
Listen To Optimal Access Inc.July 5, 2003 interview
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