PC Net Review calls Lifeboat the Ultimate Solution in Data Recovery.
(PRWEB) September 14, 2005 -- Lifeboat data rescue software, launched in May
2005, is called "The Ultimate Solution for Recovery from a Crashed Hard Drive"
by online computer guru Don Watkins of PC Net www.pcnet-online.com/index.html .
In a banner headline leading to the independent software review, Watkins informs computer users of Lifeboat's simple design and effective process. PC Net joins Kickstartnews in providing a strong recommendation to pick up Lifeboat software to deal with dead computers.
Jonathan Lyster, Chief Technology Officer for Tugboat and Lifeboat's chief developer, is delighted. "When you spend two years bringing something to the market you want to know that people recognize its use. With PC Net's review we can see the experts responding."
"I have no idea what kind of voodoo magic goes on behind the doors deep within Lifeboat that allows it to access and recover data from damaged hard drives but I'm not going to look a gift horse in the mouth. I had a damaged hard drive that I had been meaning to try and recover for a couple of years and I hooked it up, got to it from another computer on the network and bang, everything that I wanted to grab from it was there…"
If you have any concerns about your data, even if you do backups, you'll want to check out Lifeboat. It's unique and by far the best alternative to recovering data from a damaged drive."
Tugboat Enterprises will move forward with main store retail sales of Lifeboat this fall, and will broaden its foreign market share with the introduction of Lifeboat in French, German, Spanish, and Japanese. There are also four more software products in development slated for release in the next eight months.
You can find your Lifeboat at www.TugboatEnterprises.com
For more information, contact Tugboat Enterprises any time toll-free at 1-888-688-9199.
"We recently reviewed the Lifeboat data recovery software. It's a terrific utility that everyone – and I do mean everyone – should have on a CD that sitting next to their Windows PC." Howard Carson, Managing Editor, Kickstartnews www.kickstartnews.com
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