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June 28, 2003
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June 28, 2003
V Communications has been creating solutions for users of personal computers since 1986. Its products, which are designed for a full range of PC users, are available worldwide and are widely recognized for their superior quality and reliability.
Jeff Hyman, Vice President of Marketing discusses the latest releases of System Suite, Partition Commander, and Fix-It. System Suite 5 is a comprehensive collection of essential PC utilities designed to maintain and protect your PC. Partition Commander® 8 lets you reclaim hard disk space, organize your files, add new operating systems (OSes), and in many cases speed up hard drive access speeds. Fix-It Utilities 5 includes powerful diagnostic tools to aid in finding problems with your system. Using these products together keeps your computer running efficiently and reliably.
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