An offer I couldn’t refuse

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The fine folks who make The Ultimate Troubleshooter offered me a free copy of the software to try and use and to tell you all about. Being a sucker for free software, well, what could I say? I installed in last night so I haven’t used it nearly enough to get anything resembling a real impression, but I’m sure you’ll hear more about it in the coming days.

One thing I will say, if nothing else it’s a nice tool for getting immediate information to help identify startup programs, running tasks, and services, and the option to send them info on tasks or services that they don’t already have information on promises to only make that part of it better.

Now as to whether it lives up to it’s name or not, well I have my doubts. I’ve always believed that you need some human intuition to be the “ultimate” troubleshooter, but I’ll settle for a pretty good troubleshooter. 🙂

3 Responses

  1. Anonymous
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    Subject:TUT
    Hi Mike – do you have friends at ATW ? After 4 emails to support and sales I have had no reply, not even to the last (desperate)request for a refund since they refuse to help me update after payment. I have also recommended this product and I am now regretting it.

  2. sansicario
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    Sorry Mike – my comments on TUT failures came through as anonymous …

  3. Mike McBride
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    Sorry, it’s been awhile since I’ve had any contact with them, so all I could do is point you to the same contact info that’s on their site. In fact, the PC I had it installed on died and I haven’t felt the need to use it.

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