Lets's Talk Computers - Imagine LAN
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All Interviews For Imagine LAN
April 6, 2002 Show:   Topic: Utility Software  Guest: Jan Olsen, VP Sales & Mktng


Listen To Imagine LANApril 6, 2002 interview
May 26, 2001 Show:   Topic: Backup Utility  Guest: Kirk Olsen


Listen To Imagine LANMay 26, 2001 interview
January 15, 2000 Show:   Topic: Utilities  Guest: Kirk Olsen


Find out what to do when your computer decides to take a vacation. Kirk Olsen, the Chief Technical Officer for , Inc. discusses what to do after your system has become corrupted. Of special interest is ConfigSafe« from imagine LAN, Inc., a comprehensive tracking and recovery tool for Windows 95/98/NT PCs. It tracks changes to configuration files, the Registry, directories, and system assets, and enables one-step restoration to a previously working configuration, in just seconds!
Listen To Imagine LANJanuary 15, 2000 interview
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