In thirty years, we’ve learned a lot. The tech industry has made tremendous advancements in this time and has brought new concepts to the users.
Bellevue, WA (PRWEB) May 14, 2013
Tomorrow marks the 30th Anniversary. To celebrate this milestone, Laplink is giving away their new product, Laplink Sync™, for free on May 15th only. Laplink Sync is a revolutionary new way to sync between PCs, Macs, and mobile devices, including Android, iOS, and more.
Laplink Software, originally known as Traveling Software, was a driver of innovation in the infancy of the PC, beginning with groundbreaking products, such as: T-Word (1984), the first word processor changing font sizes on a LCD screen; WizardLink (1987), the first synchronization tool for Casio’s Personal Information device; and LapDOS (1986), the file transfer application that provided then-groundbreaking transfer speed over serial cables.
Other innovations included ViewLink (1989), the first technology enabling files to be associated with applications; and, of course, the original LapLink. In the early days of the PC, LapLink was the only way to copy files directly between PCs. Back then, it was a simple copy process that allowed a user to migrate everything needed from an old PC to a new one.
“In thirty years, we’ve learned a lot. The tech industry has made tremendous advancements in this time and has brought new concepts to the users,” stated Thomas Koll, Laplink’s CEO.
With the introduction of the more complex Windows PC, users needed a new tool to move from an old PC to a new one, and one that would move everything – gigabytes of data, millions of files, settings, applications, and the entire “personality” of the user. The top-selling Laplink PCmover® was created to meet this need and is now the world market leader for PC migration software.
PCmover saves an entire weekend of PC setup and configuration tasks, reducing the PC setup process to just a few mouse clicks. All e-mail, address books, pictures, music, videos, and even programs like iTunes and Microsoft Office are automatically copied over from the old PC and installed, ready-to-use, on the new PC.
“Most software companies don’t get to celebrate 30 years of production and advancement in the field,” added Koll. “We are working hard for you, today and in the years to come.”