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PRESS RELEASE: Prosoft Engineering Announces Universal Binary Support For Picture Rescue
PLEASANTON, Calif. -- April 4, 2006 -- Prosoft Engineering, Inc., the developers of easy-to-use, award-winning utilities, announced that the latest version of Picture Rescue now supports Intel-based Macs.
Current owners of Picture Rescue are able to download the FREE update from the Web site at http://www.prosofteng.com/products/downloadcenter.php.
"Picture Rescue is the easiest and most effective way for Mac users to get pictures back from corrupt, deleted or formatted digital camera media, and we're excited to now support the new Intel-based Macs with this new release," says Gordon Bell, General Manager of Prosoft Engineering.
Picture Rescue is available for purchase online at www.prosofteng.com and at Fry's Electronics, ClubMac, MacMall, Other World Computing, MacConnection and Amazon.com.
About Prosoft Engineering
Established in 1985, Prosoft Engineering, Inc. specializes in creating professional quality software designed to be easily used by both novice and expert users. Prosoft's line of networking and utility software products is engineered to empower users to effectively manage their data. Prosoft Engineering, Inc. is headquartered in Pleasanton, CA. Please visit the website at www.prosofteng.com.
(First posted on Tuesday, April 4, 2006 at 17:01 EDT)