DIGISTOR calls its REWIND software "The Ultimate Archiving Application". The software was designed for ease of use so I don't know about the ULTIMATE part, but I can tell you it's very easy to use. More importantly, DIGISTOR's REWIND software is easy to teach. Although I love them, I wouldn't attempt to teach my mother or grandmother how to use Image Burn or any number of other software solutions. After using REWIND, I think they can handle this one without any fuss.
DIGISTOR is more than just a software developer, they also sell and even bundle all-inclusive packages. Sometimes you don't want to leave compatibility to chance and let's be honest about it; some people just lack the technical knowledge to be presented with options. That may sound harsh, but most of you reading this are the go to computer person in your family, a title often mistaken to mean 24/7 free tech support.
DIGISTOR sent us one of its bundle packages. Even though DIGISTOR intentionally made this bundle for the technically challenged, it's actually pretty neat.
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