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SilverLakeTech.com Announces PC Data Finder 5.5 Release 8

SilverLakeTech.com announced that PC Data Finder 5.5 release 8, the latest version of its PC search engine program that enables users to locate information on the hard drive or removable drive, is now available. Release 8 includes the ability to export email addresses; embed multi-language and Unicode support, a QuickView feature that allows users to execute queries on the fly, a new ZIP folder that enables users to see ZIP files in the selector plane, a new Microsoft Outlook Express 5.0 filter, and full Microsoft Office 2000 and Windows 2000 compatibility.

PC Data finder is $39.95 and runs on Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000.

Contact SilverLakeTech.com, www.silverlaketech.com.

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