Lets's Talk Computers - Sewell Development Corporation  May 24, 2003
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Sewell Development Corporation
Interview on May 24, 2003
Connectivty     Guest: Dave Sewell
Founded in 1983, Sewell Development Corporation started as a developer of custom software. Developers of the award-winning FastLynx file transfer program,

David Sewell, President of Sewell Development discusses the additions to the newest version of FastLynx. FastLynx 3.3 allows you to conveniently transfer files, directories, or entire disks from one computer to another via a USB, serial, or parallel cable, or over a network using TCP/IP or Windows named pipes. It is a cross-platform solution that allows you to transfer files between any combination of Windows versions as well as Linux and DOS.
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