Tool to Transfer .pst Files to New Computer Launched In v2.5

This release informs users about newly launched v2.5 in PST Upgrade software so that process to transfer .pst files to new computer becomes easier.

Online PR News – 11-June-2012 – Florida – Gothenburg, Sweden, June 7, 2012- This release acknowledge users about recently released version 2.5 of PST Upgrade software that helps to transfer .pst files to new computer with Outlook Unicode version. This is happy news that company wants to share with its users and non-users those who are interested to upgrade Outlook versions from ANSI to Unicode and can degrade Outlook PST files from Unicode to ANSI.

Joseph Cain, leading support team, said, “We have updated users with newly updated version 2.5 so that users can make an ample use of the software. They can make benefits along with previously existing features to transfer .pst files to new computer.”

According to the newly released version, users can transfer .pst files to new computer in Unicode PST files effortlessly, as tool has increased its speed in converting data from ANSI to Unicode. This application has become fast and simple in performance when user chose to upgrade software with this application. The interactive user-interface helps in reducing high efforts from user’s side. The process has now turned simple as comparison to previous performance. This easiness is brought because many people lack technical skills and unable to perform well. After making tool highly simple to use, it is possible for entry-level computer user to run software and convert unlimited PST data like messages, appointments, tasks, to do list, journals etc to PST in Unicode.

Evan Swans, company’s head of product development team, spoke, “To make software simple in usage doesn’t mean that software was previously difficult to use, we have inherited tool with simple and brief steps so that upgradation task could be effortless. Now, Outlook can enjoy easy process to transfer .pst files to new computer with Unicode version installed say 2003, 2007, and 2010 (32-bit).”

According to Lab Director, Allegan, “Ease is what every user wants in third-party software, this time our concentration was on this and we have been successful in doing this.”