PC Pitstop Optimize 3.0 – A Letter from the CEO

First off, if you are reading this letter, I want to thank you. Thank you from each and every person working at PC Pitstop. If you are interested in purchasing a PC Pitstop product, we thank you for your interest. If you have purchased our product, we thank you even more. Moreover, I want thank you for telling your friends about our products, and saying all the great things that I have read over the years. Believe me, we read them all, and we love them.

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Using Erase as a Profiler (Cartoon)

Most people don’t know it, but our product Erase is a very useful tool as a Data Profiler. That is, you can learn a lot about a person from analyzing their activity on their PC. Erase was originally designed to help one erase their tracks from snooping eyes, but we have learned that the free scan portion of Erase has been used by law enforcement agencies to determine quickly the recent activity of a computer at a crime scene. I made this cartoon at Toondoo to highlight this capability of Erase.

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It Pays To Read License Agreements

I have a deal for you. In exchange for a free piece of software that helps you keep track of your passwords and other log on information, I’m going to install other programs on your PC that will track your web surfing and display advertising that pops-up on your screen. There will also be other types of ads on your computer based on information we collect.

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Holiday Shopping

HAPPY Holidays, everyone! In our family, each person makes a list of the gifts they would like to receive, and then my mom decides who needs to buy what for each person. We used to do it the old-fashioned way, but this way is so much better. Everyone gets what they want, and we can spend the day after Christmas enjoying each other’s company instead of running to the store to return gifts.

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