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Innovative Quality Software
November 25, 2000 Show:
Audio Software Guest:
We have one of the first interviews with Bob Lentini, President of , for the latest release of SAW Studio. Features in the previous edition of SAW have made it simple for just about anyone to get in and start using this product. Now find out what outstanding new features have been added to this eagerly awaited product.
Innovative Quality SoftwareNovember 25, 2000 interview
March 18, 2000 Show:
NT Registry Guest:
Bob Lentini, President of , discusses the delicate balance of DLLs, drivers, system files, and registry entries that keep Windows operating smoothly. When these interactions become unstable, due to an install or other factor, then you need a program like IQS's SafetyNet. In minutes, every association is put back in place, and every driver and system file is restored to its exact condition before the problem occurred.
Innovative Quality SoftwareMarch 18, 2000 interview
September 5, 1998 Show:
Digital Audio Software Guest:
Need a soundtrack? Need to edit a wave file for a presentation? You need to listen to this interview.
Bob Lentini, the President of Innovative Quality Software, discusses the merits of Saw Plus 32. This product is one of the best computer audio programs on the market and it really is easy to use. Add or delete tracks. Put in fades. Equalize sound to get rid of "hot spots". It's easy with Saw Plus.
Innovative Quality SoftwareSeptember 5, 1998 interview
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