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Online PR News – 25-November-2015 – Aylesbury Bucks – Techvedic, an Indian IT company headquartered at New Delhi, has introduced K9 PC Optimizer, a new disk cleanup software for consumers running their PCs on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 operating system. The software is available as free and paid download from its official website, i.e. K9utilities.com.
This is an automated PC optimization software and is home to a herd of PC diagnostic, repair and maintenance utilities from disk cleanup to disk defragmenter to registry cleaner, program uninstaller, duplicate file finder and more. The software has evoked strong response from customers. In less than 3 months being into the market, the software has witnessed over 10, 000 downloads. Expressing satisfaction over the result, Sumit Ruhela, VP, Business Development, Techvedic said: “We were quite optimistic about it as we are already into a tech support business that deals with technology problems, and we have experienced that performance problem is one of the most puzzling issues that plague computer users, and with this we were certain that we would be able to alleviate that issue, if not eradicate completely.” This is quite interesting as the company hasn’t made any promotional effort to get customers. Instead, it’s relying on its satisfied customer group.
The attempt by Techvedic seems quite rational, and it has used its years of tech support expertise to make the software efficient. To make sure that consumers are able to make the most out of it, the company is offering free technical support for installation, activation or resolve any issues pertaining to it.
The disk cleanup software prompts users to activate the software once the trial period (which is of 30 days) expires. Users, after successful payment transaction, are entitled for the activation code, which is sent over their registered email ID.
Beyond doubt, Techvedic has entered into a competitive market place dominated by technology czars like AVG, Iolo Technologies and more. Hence, it would be interesting to see that how far it succeeds in overpowering them with the legacy of tech support in its favor.