Lifeboat Ready for Storm of Demand

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A Data Rescue program that can access data through a failed operating system launched May 4, 2005 and now live for online sales. Data is immediately available, without removal of the computer hard drive or a recent back up.

Tugboat Enterprises' premiere product Lifeboat is ready for a storm of demand three weeks after launching. Lifeboat's programmers have been living on coffee and nachos, and are happy to report that the online buying system is live.

"We have been pleasantly overwhelmed with the response to our launch announcement," Senior Programmer Jonathan Lyster said, "and have built a system to handle sales at almost any volume."

Lifeboat, the program that pulls data through your broken operating system, launched into the software universe on May 4, 2005. Lifeboat is to data rescue what anti-virus is to computer protection. Lifeboat is a program that quickly and safely rescues critical data from a computer without removing the hard drive. Lifeboat also identifies existing devices to speed repair of your PC.

"We would like to welcome people to our site," company President Gordon Wilson added, and please bring your credit cards!"

A Lifeboat CD is an insurance disk so you are prepared when you see the dreaded blue screen because your operating system has crashed.

It's the first disk you should reach for when your system freezes.

Everyone needs a Lifeboat.

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