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2008-07-18 12:00:41

PC-Doctor, a provider of PC system health software, has introduced PC-Doctor 6 architecture, its latest platform for advanced PC health diagnosis and management. The new architecture delivers automated solutions, contextual tips and other advanced features to help PC users solve problems on their own. Building on more than 15 years of diagnostic and system health experience, PC-Doctor 6 is available today to PC manufacturers for the latest versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system....

2008-07-18 03:00:19

Expanded Focus Gives Users More Power to Solve Problems on Their Own PC-Doctor Inc., Reno Doug van Aman, 775-336-4000 pressrelations@pc-doctor.com Logo: http://www.pc-doctor.com PC-Doctor Inc., the global leader in PC system health software, today introduced its PC-Doctor 6 architecture, the latest platform for advanced PC health diagnosis and management. The new architecture delivers automated solutions, contextual tips and other advanced features to help PC users solve problems on...

2008-07-17 21:00:16

PC-Doctor Inc., the global leader in PC system health software, today introduced its PC-Doctor 6 architecture, the latest platform for advanced PC health diagnosis and management. The new architecture delivers automated solutions, contextual tips and other advanced features to help PC users solve problems on their own. Building on more than 15 years of diagnostic and system health experience, PC-Doctor 6 is available today to PC manufacturers for the latest versions of the Microsoft...


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