For several years, PCmover has been the number one, best-selling application for PC-to-PC migration. Now, PCmover holds a 95% share per migration in the US retail market.
“PCmover remains the leader in migration,” announced Laplink’s CEO,
“PC users generally dread the task of upgrading because of the long wait times, hours of manually transferring files, the need to find old registration keys, or the costs associated with technical assistance,” explained Koll. “PCmover eliminates all this hassle. We even provide our Free Transfer Assistance twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week at no additional cost.”
PCmover delivers the following benefits over competitors:
Free Transfer Assistance: Certified PC migration experts make migration even simpler with remote assistance any time of day, any day of the week.
Faster: A streamlined interface and improved transfer speeds allows users to stop wasting days on PC setup. The easy step-by-step wizard gets the migration process started in no time at all.
Better: Application migration, complete selectivity, image or hard drive restore independent of operating system, and updated error checking further improve the best migration software on the market.
More Affordable: Laplink is offering special, limited time pricing on PCmover for the release of Windows 8.1. Now, users can purchase PCmover Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant for
“PCmover is absolutely the best migration solution available,” stated Koll. “With compatibility for Windows 8.1, there’s no reason for users to worry about upgrading their PCs.”
Prices & Availability
PCmover Windows 8 Upgrade Assistant is available now and priced for a limited-time at
PCmover is available in multiple editions and can be purchased at http://www.laplink.com or Amazon,
For over 30 years, Laplink has been the leader in providing software used for PC migration, remote access, file transfer, and synchronization. The privately-held company was founded in 1983 and is headquartered in
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