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March 18, 2009



Hi John,

Thanks for your comment, and sorry for your frustration. No, PerfectDisk is not 100% perfect - there are occassional bugs, which are typically not related to NTFS. Upgrade offers are typically for new versions that include new features. Once you are at a certain version level, updates with bugs are available at no cost.

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John Gee

Why do I continually get bombarded with $$$$ based upgrades for PerfectDisk?

Either it is Perfect, or it is NOT! NTFS has not changed. If there is/was a bug, then I should get this for FREE.

P*ssed off with "upgrade" offers.

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