Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) March 15, 2005
Every computer user has likely experienced the frustration that comes with lacking just the right hardware driver files - at worst, it's a situation that can cause headaches, data loss, and hours of painstaking work. But now leading industry resource DriverGuide.com can help computer users everywhere avoid those headaches by creating and saving their own custom-output CDs, thanks to the on-demand technology offered by SwiftCD (http://www.SwiftCD.com). Best of all, customers pay only a nominal shipping and handling fee.
The cornerstone of DriverGuide.com's valuable assortment of discussion boards, files, links and how-to articles is its massive database archive of drivers and resources - over 300,000 to date. The archive is the largest and most comprehensive on the Web, serving over 40 million Windows, Mac, and Unix/Linux users worldwide. The addition of SwiftCD's formidable on-demand technology means that DriverGuide.com members can now receive physical copies of essential drivers (and other files and programs) for safekeeping and immediate access.
"We're delighted to be able to use our specialized patent-pending build-to-order, on-demand technology to support DriverGuide.com and its superb resources," comments Jason Foodman, Chief Executive Officer of SwiftCD. "It's a quick, easy and affordable option that's perfect for those customers with dialup connections - or who simply prefer backup or physical delivery of their drivers on disc."
Obtaining a DriverGuide.com CD powered by SwiftCD is simple:
- To get started, the user simply visits http://www.DriverGuide.com, then clicks "Join for free" to create a new customer login and password.
Once the new login is created and membership info has been received via e-mail, the user logs in via "Member Login".
- Once logged in, the user can access, browse, download or archive the vast array of driver files and other software titles offered by DriverGuide.com. The site not only includes the files themselves, but also a host of valuable articles, manufacturer information, links, and associated tips.
- Next, to build a customized CD full of DriverGuide files to be shipped right to the user's door, the user builds a list from DriverGuide.com's vast assortment of driver files. It's easy to choose up to 200 files for writing to CD. As a bonus, the CD will also contain an assortment of highly useful free programs to sample. These include such well-known titles as ZoneAlarm, Adobe Acrobat Reader, Ad-Aware SE Personal Edition, Spybot - Search & Destroy, Opera, DivX Player, the Google Toolbar 2.0, and many more.
- When the user has finished selecting files, he simply clicks "Burn file to CD," then follows the instructions to complete a quick and easy checkout process.
SwiftCD will ship the customer's personalized new CD within 48 hours of the first working day after the receipt of order and payment. Shipping times may vary by location, but can be as fast as 3-5 days in the United States, or up to two weeks for international delivery.
Lifetime membership in DriverGuide.com is free, and users pay only the Shipping and Handling charges ($6.99 US, $8.99 International, per CD). DriverGuide CD is currently available to Internet Explorer users only.
DriverGuide.com (http://www.DriverGuide.com) is the Internet's leading source for computer device drivers. The website provides an archive of over 300,000 drivers for free to its nearly 40 million registered members. Over 140,000 downloads are performed daily. In addition to downloads, DriverGuide provides a knowledgeable and free support community, and offers a driver tool kit to assist users. Users of DriverGuide range from IT professionals who maintain PCs for their organizations, to average PC users who maintain their home systems. DriverGuide has received a "Best of the Web" ranking from PC World magazine, and was named one of the eight best sites for computing help and advice by PC Magazine.
A division of DigitalSwift Corporation, SwiftCD (http://www.SwiftCD.com) is the world leader in the manufacturing fulfillment of build-to-order CDs and DVDs. With a patent-pending manufacturing concept serving the worlds of downloadable software and music, SwiftCD has revolutionized both industries. It combines this concept with a highly effective and attractive "pay as you go" business model. SwiftCD's manufacturing and physical delivery services empower businesses to deliver more personalized, individual CDs and DVDs to their customers faster -- while generating significant new revenue for SwiftCD's clients.
Every CD at SwiftCD is individually produced to order with custom label and contents, and seamless, dynamic label and content options allow for individual content. The company offers large-scale CD/DVD replication, as well as small-scale CD/DVD duplication services, blended with warehousing and logistics programs. In addition, SwiftCD handles all aspects of order fulfillment including online tracking, reporting, and customer service, and offers additional inventory, manufacturing, warehousing, or fulfillment services, as needed.
For more information on SwiftCD, please call Jason Foodman at (770) 922-4007. For more background materials on SwiftCD.com, please contact Angela Mitchell at Amitchell@swiftcd.com, or call (904) 982-8043 -- or visit http://www.SwiftCD.com.
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