I thought this might be a discount promotion for this $66.75 product. It isn't. It looks more like hype frtom a newly registered 'member' with no interest in dot tech other than to use it in an attempt to sucker others in. On which basis, there's much more useful information about what is available -- much of it for absolutely nothing -- on community websites like videohelp and after dawn:
Time and again, simplistic over-priced commercial software with minimal user control and Open Source engines under the hood proves itself unequal to the original work of original developers who look to donations or even provide their work free of charge.
As for this post, Aiseesoft is notorious for spamming Internet forums. This OP looks to be no different than any other gimmick deplpoyed by this particular Chinese developer -- one glance at past giveaways of the day involving Aiseesoft is enough to see how it absolutely packs out 'user comments' with fake (and illiterate) endorsements as well as thumb-vote manipulation.
The best way to "solve issues" where Aiseesoft is concerned would seem to be to keep your computer clear of Aiseesoft products in the first place.
Tst tst, Ashraf. Ye of little faith! I believe it to have been a genuine post from a massively helpful individual who went to a lot of time and trouble in order to furnish dot tech with information of vital importance.
Purely by coincidence, I have just received by international bank transfer the sum of $10,000 from Aiseesoft, China. This has in no way affected my opinion of that developer, and so I shall continue to say it is the finest software house in the entire universe and that the several thousand unbiased objective posts it causes to be sent out to Internet forums every day is evidence only of a corporate desire to make the world a better place for all.
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