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Bman
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Not so new user

Post by Bman » Sat May 10, 2014 10:20 pm

I have been using UVK for a couple of months with a company I work for. It is such a time saver doing virus removals and tuneups on client PC.s that I bought a license myself. I could have use this product 5 years ago in the corporate environment. There we just reimaged a PC and spent more time getting it back up to the current standards than what UVK can do cleaning it up. Awesome product.!!

Keep up the good development work!!!

Fred
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Re: Not so new user

Post by Fred » Sat May 10, 2014 10:25 pm

Hi Blimpman. Glad you like UVK. There's always room for improving. I'm sure it will be even better in the future.

Having your email address as your user name may not be a good idea. It can generate you lots of spam. Want me to change it?
What is the hardest thing to develop? A good application? A good website? Nope. A good reputation.

Fred

Bman
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Joined: Sat May 10, 2014 9:53 pm

Re: Not so new user

Post by Bman » Sun May 11, 2014 2:47 am

Fred wrote:Hi Blimpman. Glad you like UVK. There's always room for improving. I'm sure it will be even better in the future.

Having your email address as your user name may not be a good idea. It can generate you lots of spam. Want me to change it?
Yes it would be a good Idea.

I will PM you the requested name.

Fred
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Re: Not so new user

Post by Fred » Sun May 11, 2014 10:20 am

OK, you're now Bman.
What is the hardest thing to develop? A good application? A good website? Nope. A good reputation.

Fred

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