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June 21, 2003 Show:
SOHO Software Guest:
Xelerate Software is a progressive developer and marketer of multinational software titles. With over 35 years of combined industry experience of its senior staff, Xelerate Software is leading the way with a new generation of cutting edge software titles.
Product Manager, Hans Fremuth discusses three of Xelerate's titles: PowerPDF 2.0, Instant.EXE 2.0, and SpyPC 7.0. PowerPDF 2.0 is the most affordable PDF creation software on the market today allowing the user to create PDF documents from any Windows application and are fully compatible with all versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader« (PDF 1.2 to 1.4). Instant.EXE 2.0 is the easiest and quickest way to design your own software programs without previous programming experience. Useful for parents and employers, SpyPC 7.0 creates a software and hardware audit of your computer by limiting access and logging all desktop activities.
Xelerate SoftwareJune 21, 2003 interview
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