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Aladdin Updates Dragstrip for MAC OS 9.1 Users

Friday, February 09, 2001

Press release from the issuing company

Watsonville, CA- February 7, 2001 - Aladdin Systems, Inc. today announced that DragStrip(R) 3.7.2, the ultimate desktop organizer, is now available as a free update for Dragstrip 3.7 registered owners. The update is intended for DragStrip customers using Mac OS 9.1 and is not necessary for customers using any previous Mac OS. DragStrip is a full-featured "launcher" application that allows users unlimited flexibility in organizing and accessing frequently used files and applications. It helps to eliminate desktop clutter and repeated searches in disks, folders, and on the Internet, by placing drag-and-drop modifiable palettes on the desktop. A palette can easily handle a user's files, folders, applications, and URLs all in one location. DragStrip's Features And Benefits: *Easy, one-click access to any file, application, URL, and more *Drag and drop file launching and copying *View and launch palette folder contents via hierarchical menus *Access any file or folder without opening a window *Store URLs on buttons for easy access to favorite web sites *Create multiple tabbed pages on a single palette to organize file sets *Customize palette appearance and location on the Desktop Availability And Pricing DragStrip is $20 US and is available directly from Aladdin's online store at http://www.aladdinsys.com/store. Upgrade pricing is available for users with versions prior to 3.6. The Windows version 3.7.1 is also available online. Site licenses are available; contact sitelicenses@aladdinsys.com for details.




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