iEmulator.com Releases iEmulator 1.7.6, the Latest Update to Popular Macintosh-based PC Emulator.

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iEmulator.com is pleased to announce the immediate availability of iEmulator 1.7.6, which adds the single most-requested feature to the popular Mac-based emulator, as well as increases overall emulation performance.

iEmulator 1.7.6 now provides the ability to access Mac files, folders and volumes directly from the emulated Windows environment, adding tremendous value and making file sharing across platforms extremely simple. Despite regular updates, iEmulator’s price remains at $23.95 U.S., and all updates always have been and always will be free of charge.

“This has been the most-often requested feature,” says Richard Peters of iEmulator.com. “Sharing files between your Mac and Windows environments can be challenging unless you have this direct access to Mac resources available, and with iEmulator 1.7.6, you now have it!”

iEmulator also includes all of the great features from previous versions of the software, including the ability to assign up to 1GB of RAM to each emulated PC, virtually instantaneous PC state saving and loading, full-screen as well as windowed mode, printing support, support for international keyboards and support for running multiple instances of iEmulator simultaneously.

In addition, iEmulator.com continues to set the benchmark for customer support and service. From simple thank-you’s for a quick tip to comments like "Thanks for the emulator. It didn't cost a lot and you have put in a lot of effort. It promises to be a useful tool, and even on the iBook is very fast." and "Thank you very much. I really appreciate what you're doing. You sure provide great support." iEmulator.com is proving that it has consistently set customer satisfaction as the goal above all else.

iEmulator is a high-performance PC emulator for the Mac OS X platform that has been available since November of 2004. For more information please visit http://www.iemulator.com

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