March 01, 2000
Meetings & Conventions: Short Cuts February 2000 Current Issue
February 2000

If there is a truth at the dawning of this new century, it is that your computer will crash at some point. You will not necessarily lose everything, but you might lose changes you made on the file that was open at the time of the crash. To protect your important work, Wild File Inc. of Plymouth, Minn., offers GoBack 2.1. Created for Windows 95 and 98, the program continuously tracks disk activity, and if 10 percent of the hard disk is set aside for it, GoBack can maintain about one week's worth of activity. It also helps protect against virus attacks and failed software installations.

The software, which costs $69.95, requires a 486 or higher PC and 16 MB of RAM. For more information, call (888) 945-3345 or visit Wild File's Web site,


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