Lets's Talk Computers - Raxco  July 2, 2011
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Interview on July 2, 2011
PerfectDisk 12 pt 1     Guest: Bob Nolan
For over thirty years, Raxco Software has been a leading innovator and provider of productivity solutions and system administration and resource management software for businesses and home users around the world.

Bob Nolan, Raxco Software president and CEO, talks about why your computer system is running so slow and "How to get your Computer System Running Like Brand New Again." To find out "Why IS My Computer Running So Slow and How I Can Make It Run Like Brand New Again, and to read the complete transcript of this interview go to: http://www.perfectdisk.com/ltc_070211
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