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PRESS RELEASE: OnTheGoSoft Updates Photo Backup
OnTheGoSoft has updated Photo Backup to version 2.1.2, improving useability. The simple-to-use and powerful Windows digital photo organizer and backup program is designed for professional photographers and home users alike.
Photo Backup can be used by itself or along with digital editing programs to handle photos from digital cameras. It allows users to organize photos in virtual albums, archive to CDs and DVDs, and perform basic photo editing tasks.
A few years from now, the most important thing about your digital photos will be whether or not they are backed-up. Why? Because chances are that the computer you're using now will suffer from a hardware failure or a virus, and most of the data on it will be gone. Of course, there's no telling when exactly this might happen, so the best thing you can do is to make sure that all valuable information is safely backed up.
Using Photo Backup, you can rest assured, knowing all those digital photos you've taken over the years are organized, archived and available whenever you want them. Photo Backup creates and handles the backup automatically and allows quick and easy access to archived files.
Home users will find Photo Backup affordable and easy to use. Professional photographers will enjoy full support for RAW file formats and high speed processing of thousands of files.
Photo Backup handles all compressed photo formats (JPG, TIF, GIF, PNG, etc) and RAW formats from most digital cameras. It includes high-performance CD and DVD burning capabilities and various utilities for manipulating and managing digital photos.
Photo Backup runs under Windows 98/Me/2000/XP and costs $19.95(US). You can download a fully featured 14-day evaluation version from its Web site.
(First posted on Friday, July 23, 2004 at 19:34 EDT)