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LargeSoftware has been featured in some of the premier international and US computer magazines including; Clickx, PC Magazine, PC Pro, PC Authority, Computer Shopper, Personal Computer World, The Computer Active, Internet Magazine, Smart Computing, Quale Computer, CPU Magazine, Computer Bild, PC Professionale (VIP Award) TechWorld, Computer Buyer, PC Magazine Belgium, Laptop Magazine, Windows IT Pro, Entrepreneur Magazine, and PC World.

Our award winning products; PC Tune-Up, Password Manager, docLock, My Uninstaller Pro, My Driver Updater, and My Privacy Cleaner Pro have also been featured in some of the nation's top media outlets including; The Washington Post, The Denver Post, The Financial Times, Le Soleil, Red Herring, The Ledger, Red Orbit, TMC Net, Monitoring Times, The Telescope, BNET, Winston Salem Journal, Reuters, The Tech Herald, The Charlotte Observer, The Pittsburgh Tribune, Guam Pacific Daily, Tucson Citizen and The Cincinnati Times.

Largesoftware’s executives are frequently interviewed for both Radio, News publications and Books on topics surrounding PC Optimization, and Security, including; CIO Today, Denver Post, WS Radio, The Examiner, NPR Radio, NPR Print, Small Biz Trends, Red Orbit, IT Security Journal, All Business a D&B Company, IT News, Just Techn, Technically Speaking Radio, Yahoo, PC World, The Street, Newsfactor Networks, TipAdept and New World Radio. Also featured in the book “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Greening Your Business” and contributing editor to Southern California Meeting and Events Magazine.

LeSoleil and Technoetcie - March 13 2013 (My Uninstaller Pro - Translated from French)

"The software identified all related elements of the games so I can make them disappear permanently. With the list of items to be removed, I could see what songs caused the crash of some older games…The software is user friendly and easy to use."

LeSoleil and Technoetcie – October 10 2012 (My Driver Updater- Translated from French)

"The tool is very easy to use for anyone, even the neophytes… "The interface is simple and clear. A tab for analysis, one for backups one for downloads and one for parameters, including analysis at selected times. Very well done."

LeSoleil and Technoetcie – September 26 2012 (My Privacy Cleaner- Translated from French)

"This is an easy to use software by any novice an easy to understand interface. It works very well… The possibility to run the software at selected times, makes it very interesting. Scripts are really fast. It detects and removes history activities on the Web including sites visited, downloaded files or photos. Cookies will be deleted and information on documents recently opened and research. Sensitive documents can be shredded with three levels of security to make them unrecoverable."

Computer TakeAway - March 2012

“For the peace of mind it (docLock) offers for users who need to store and regularly send sensitive documents and other files, Large Software is excellent value for money.  The software is well designed, very simple to use and powerful enough to ensure that confidential information stays confidential.”

Accounting Today: Top New Products of 2012 Honorable Mention - Feb 2012 Print/Online Edition

“For the security-conscious, Large Software's docLock lets you encrypt and password-protect individual files, without having to create or install a whole elaborate security system.”

Software Informer - Jan 2012

“All in all, if you want to protect your private documents and don’t have the knowledge required for other, more advanced and complicated programs, then docLock will get the job done in a nice and simple way.”

Not Born Yesterday - Nov 2011

“Let docLock™ hide your password in any photo (JPEG, Bitmap, or PNG file) that you’d like: begin by choosing a password, then tell docLock™ to hide the password in the photo of your choice. When you’re ready to unlock the file, simply choose the photo and your file will unlock. Also securely create portable versions of protected documents that can be transported via any mobile storage device.”

WebUser Magazine Print edition - September 2011

“docLock will banish any security worried you have about saving senstivbe and personal information, such as tax returns, financial documents, photos and videos.”

CNET : Password Protect your folders with docLock - June 23, 2011

“DocLock provides military-grade security for any files and folders you want to protect. You can assign your own password or let the software generate one for you. And locking/unlocking is as simple as dragging and dropping to the DocLock window or right-clicking the item and choosing DocLock from the context menu.”

Mobile OS Reviews : Password-protect your folders with docLock for Windows – June 26th, 2011

“locking/unlocking is as simple as dragging and dropping to the DocLock window or right-clicking the item and choosing DocLock from the context menu.”

Softoxi : docLock Wins The editors 5/5 Award– May 2011

“DocLock - a truly powerful and effective application that helps you easily password protect any file or folder on your computer, great choice to protect your important data.”

Southern California Meeting and Events Magazine: Securing Sensitive Documents and Files – Spring 2011

“We recommend using an easy to use encryption tool, to lock all of your valuable documents, photos, videos, etc. With an easy to use encryption documents program, you can lock and unlock and safeguard any digital item and document with a click of a mouse.”

LINUXiNE: DocLock – Lock your files and folders using passwords – April 17th, 2011

“DocLock is a small software (3.5 MB) that is powerful to lock and protect your private files and folders using password you specify. The user interface is very nice, so anyone can easily use and lock their files quickly. To protect and lock your files, simply drag and drop your files you want to protect.”

Small Business Computing : 10 Top Small Business Security Tools: - April 2011

“For data stored on desktop and laptop PCs, Large Software offers DocLock, an affordable program that lets you password-protect files and entire folders easily. With DocLock, you select the files and folders -- documents, photos, videos, Zip files, PDFs and so on -- you wish to lock.”

BreakDown of America - February 2011

“docLock allows you to password protect any file or folder on your computer with ease”

PC Magazine Tech Saver: DocLock – February 2011

“Large Software's docLock 1.0 will encrypt your sensitive documents so that only you can read them. And, according to PCMag's security expert Neil Rubenking, it's extremely easy to use. It encrypts and decrypts files or folders, and it can generate passwords and hide them inside images. It can also create self-decrypting files, and it includes secure deletion of files and free space.”

PC Magazine: docLock 1.0 - January 19, 2011

“it totally handles encryption and decryption of files as well as the important task of securely deleting sensitive originals. If you want to protect your private documents without having to master a complicated encryption program, docLock is just the thing.”

ECoustics: docLock 1.0 - January 19th, 2011

“it totally handles encryption and decryption of files as well as the important task of securely deleting sensitive originals. If you want to protect your private documents without having to master a complicated encryption program, docLock is just the thing.”

PC Magazine: docLock 1.0 - January 19>th, 2011

“it's extremely easy to understand and use. It offers the simple ability to encrypt your sensitive documents without requiring you to master a complex application.”

JournalTec: docLock - January 2011

“DocLock provides military-grade security for any files and folders you want to protect. You can assign your own password or let the software generate one for you. And locking/unlocking is as simple as dragging and dropping to the DocLock window or right-clicking the item and choosing DocLock from the context menu.”

EE Times: Software claims military grade computer security – November 16 2010

“Large Software's new docLock app gives Windows-OS users access to military-grade encryption algorithms that combine drag-and-drop convenience with "visual passwords" that obviate the need to remember them.”

Idiots Guide to Greening your Business– Book, Copyright 2009

Part 4 - Your Business Practices and Cost Benefits

“Before you ditch the old computer because it’s just moving too slowly, try a software cleaning program to bring back the speed and perfection. Largesoftware is a company that provides a software program called PC Tune-Up that helps clean up your existing system and restore it to sleep functionality.”

PC Magazine– September 21, 2009

ZoneAlarm Extreme Security 2010

“PC Tune-Up isn’t installed by default – you download and install each on first use. This thorough cleanup starts by backing up important setting. It scans the registry for useless or erroneous items and displays them ordered by severity and filtered by type. You can review the found items before continuing or just let it work and undo any problem changes later. This tool also defragments and compacts the registry. It claimed (and I verified) a 15% size reduction on my test system. That’s definitely a savings on disk space and it should speed registry access as well."

PC Professionale Magazine– September Issue, 2009

Password Managers

“Password Manager by LargeSoftware is the winner of the PC Professionale VIP Bronze Award”

The Lawyer’s PC– August 15, 2009

Password Management, Security Suites as Well as Freeware Offer Assistance

“PM has been designed to allow users to safely log into accounts, even in unsecured places like Internet cafés and other public areas, apparently by transfer to a removable device. Only about half of the

other programs on the comparison chart offer this feature. PM, like NIS, can manage multiple passwords for a single Web site or application, and both offer protection from phishing scams. PM also protects users from keylogging (the monitoring of keystrokes by a third party), which can be used by the bad guys for unauthorized entry/activity in your online life.”

thestar– July 20, 2009

Upgrade and still eat

Software: New computers are expensive. But stepping up the utility on an old machine with some new software can be really cheap. Take, for example, Large Software's Password Manager, which proposes to solve the daily annoyance of remembering website user names and passwords.

The sheer volume of varied entry codes required by the average web surfer today far exceeds the ability of the human mind to catalogue. And so, for $30 (U.S.) largesoftware.com, you have computer-mediated assistance in the form of software that logs the user name and password to sites you routinely visit and then automatically inserts them next time you show up..”

Digital Journal Technology– June 9, 2009

Opinion: Windows tools for tinkerers

“I like the programs flexibility, in catering to users who want a safe computer cleaner, and also those who know something about what they are doing. But the best thing about it is it’s “footprint” – how much disk space it takes. And that’s all of 3 megabytes, an astonishing exercise in compact programming.”

CIO Today– May 29, 2009

Strong Passwords Keep Your Data Safe

“Look for good apps that memorize and securely store usernames and passwords for a Web site, such as Large Software, he says. Whenever the user returns to that site, such software automatically completes the login information and clicks the submit button, while keeping all accounts and passwords encrypted with a single master password to keep confidential data secure.”

Newsfactor Networks– May 29, 2009

Strong Passwords Keep Your Data Safe

“Look for good apps that memorize and securely store usernames and passwords for a Web site, such as Large Software, he says. Whenever the user returns to that site, such software automatically completes the login information and clicks the submit button, while keeping all accounts and passwords encrypted with a single master password to keep confidential data secure.”

TipAdept Dot Com– May 29, 2009

Strong Passwords Keep Your Data Safe

“Look for good apps that memorize and securely store usernames and passwords for a Web site, such as Large Software, he says. Whenever the user returns to that site, such software automatically completes the login information and clicks the submit button, while keeping all accounts and passwords encrypted with a single master password to keep confidential data secure.”

La Voz de la Calle– May 27, 2009

LargeSoftware Announces Price Special

“The PC Tune-Up product which optimizes user’s computers and improves computer speed by up to 55 percent does the following and more...”

On Computers– May 25, 2009

What’s the Password?

“We’ve been trying out a $30 Password Manager from LargeSoftware. It makes it easy to create an encrypt database of passwords that can be locked when you’re away from your desk. It also generates strong passwords automatically. A strong password is one that uses a mixture of letters, numbers and symbols, which makes it hard to guess. We found Password Manager particularly easy to use, and it comes with a portable version for your memory stick or thumb drive.”

Arkansas Democrat Gazette– May 25, 2009

What’s the Password?

“We’ve been trying out a $30 Password Manager from LargeSoftware. It makes it easy to create an encrypt database of passwords that can be locked when you’re away from your desk. It also generates strong passwords automatically. A strong password is one that uses a mixture of letters, numbers and symbols, which makes it hard to guess. We found Password Manager particularly easy to use, and it comes with a portable version for your memory stick or thumb drive.”

NPR– May 18, 2009

The Search For The Perfect Password

“The average user has between five and seven logins and passwords to remember, says Nick Forcier, CEO of LargeSoftware, a company that makes software called Password Manager for Windows. He says the solution is to use software that can keep track of them all, and can also generate stronger passwords.”

NPR– May 18, 2009

You Need better p@s5w0rD$!

“Here are a few tools and tips for dealing with passwords…Among the applications that can help you store and use passwords are (for Windows) Password Manager…”

Toronto Star– May 18, 2009

So much better than smelly Fred

“PC Tune-Up for example, takes charge of your computer, scans and de-clutters registries that cause sluggishness, defragments your hard drive and does repairs either automatically or manually – your choice. And it does all of it with an interface so intuitive, a button pushing monkey could perform this brain surgery on your computer. The program spotted more than 50 problems and repaired them all within about 30 minutes. Afterward, I did notice improved speeds. My previous eye-glazing boot-up time suddenly proceeded in fast forward and Internet pages unveiled themselves with a new found sense of urgency.”

Laptop Magazine– April 24, 2009

LargeSoftware PC Tune-Up

“With PC Tune-Up the system boot time decreased a decent 12 seconds, to 1 minute and 18 seconds, transcoding a 114MB video file, which originally took 13 minutes and 28 seconds, was reduced to 5 minutes and 45 seconds….Likewise, ripping the Yeah Yeah Yeas’ 11-track Show Your Bones CD took 7 minutes and 59 seconds before PC Tune-Up, and 7 minutes and 30 seconds after…”

Law Enforcement Technology– April Issue, 2009

Computer Optimization Software

“PC Tune-Up brings a user’s computer back to life by removing the items that cause crashing, slow speeds, freezing or anything else that can impact the overall health and efficiency of the computer”

Citizen Times– April 26th, 2009

Software Will Remember All of Your Passwords for You

“Fortunately there are utilities out there that are designed to manage all of your passwords so you won’t have to remember any of them. If you have a Windows PC, check out Password Manager from LargeSoftware.”

TMCnet.com– April 15th, 2009

So Many Passwords, So Little Memory (Courtesy of Craig Crossman)

“If you have a Windows PC, check out Password Manager from Large Software. Password Manager will remember all of your usernames (You forget those too) and passwords for every website you visit and the applications you use.”

Physorg.com– April 15th, 2009

So Many Passwords, So Little Memory

“If you have a Windows PC, check out Password Manager from Large Software. Password Manager will remember all of your usernames (You forget those too) and passwords for every website you visit and the applications you use.”

Channel Pro– April 10th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“It never hurts to reinforce security measures with clients. Here are some tips on passwords fit for sharing…LargeSoftware.”

Windows IT Pro– April 9th, 2009

5 Tips to Ensure Safe Passwords

“There are many decent applications on the market that will digitally safeguard your various passwords. Avoid using the free ones "built-in" to browsers as these have been widely exposed for their security flaws. Consider software that memorizes and securely stores each username and password that you enter on a website….LargeSoftware.com”

IT Security Journal– April 9th, 2009

Top 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“If you find yourself always repeating password protection to new employees, here's a tip sheet -- just hand it out and get on with the real work.”

Shankman.com– April 9th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“Consider Software like Password manager by LargeSoftware.com”

Super Mexicanos– April 9th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“Consider Software like Password manager by LargeSoftware.com”

Huliq News– April 9th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“Consider Software like Password manager by LargeSoftware.com”

LadyDragon.com– April 9th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“Consider Software like Password manager by LargeSoftware.com”

JusTech’n.com– April 9th, 2009

TOP 5 TIPS: For Keeping Passwords Safe

“One in 13 people lost money due to fraud and Identity Theft in 2008 according to a recent report. To help prevent this, Large Software offers the following tips for protecting consumer passwords and data.”

South Eastern Michigan Computer Organization– March, 2009

Password Manager Software Review

“I have described some of the features of Password Manager but there are more features that I have not mentioned. The program will manage your passwords, hide them from view, encrypt them, and back them up. The price of Password Manager is $29.95”

TechBite– March, 2009

Password Disaster: My Paypal Account Was Hacked

“Remembering all those passwords is a PITA, so you ought to consider using a password management tool. There are lots available. Many people like KeePass, a freebie; others swear by LargeSoftware’s $30 Password Manager.”

Computer Shopper– March, 2009

ZoneAlarm Extreme Security

“The PC Tune-Up component, licensed from Large Software, is more of a Registry optimizer than a traditional tune-up utility. While limited in scope, it’s reasonably powerful. It found and fixed 191 Registry problems on the year-old X61s, including invalid application paths and file extensions.”*

* ZoneAlarm Extreme Security is using a stripped down version of PC Tune-Up at their request. The optimization tools were stripped out along with other PC Tune-Up functionality, which leaves this version of PC Tune-Up as a Registry optimizer.

PC Magazine– March 24, 2009

Stop Forgetting Your Passwords

“LargeSoftware is compatible with 20-odd common and uncommon browsers.” “Having all your passwords stored in a password manager pretty much ensures that you won't remember them yourself. That can be trouble if you're not at the computer where the password manager is installed….Large Software will automatically generate a portable version at no charge.” “LargeSoftware’s Password Manager… Its password capture and fill-in features are unusually flexible, and it supports a huge number of browsers.”

Gearlog – March 24, 2009

Cheap Geek: Sharp LCD, PC Tune-Up and Password Manager

Keep your computer safe and get a bargain at the same time.”

PC STATS – March 10, 2009

Large Software: PC Tune-Up Review

“With all the one click solutions and options available to this program, I can see why it is user friendly. I have seen many of these come and go, but I think Large Software’s software platform is easy to use, and is available at a fair market value, which could lead to a large consumer basis.”

Entrepreneur Magazine – March, 2009 Edition

Pin Down Your Passwords

“This $29.95 software keeps your saved passwords encrypted and lets you use a master password to access them. Extra security features include concealed keystrokes and random password generation. It recognizes your secure websites and automatically fills in your information.”

PC Magazine – February 23, 2009

ZoneAlarm Extreme Security - PC Magazine’s Editors’ Choice Winner

The tool will clean up erroneous or useless Windows Registry items, presenting the user with a list of all suggested changes before proceeding. In the rare event that its cleanup actually causes trouble, there’s an option to undo the process. The feature can also speed Registry access by defragmenting and compacting the registry.”

PC Magazine– February 19, 2009

Large Software Password Manager 1.0

“These days a password manager utility has become a necessity, not a luxury. Large Software Password Manager 1.0 ($29.95, direct) is an enthusiastic effort with many of the features of more-expensive tools.”

“Password Manager Saves and fills passwords automatically and flexibly. Password Manager, can generate a portable edition, USB/Bluetooth-based authentication available. Password Manager can import from RoboForm, and others, automatic backup of password database, and supports many browsers.”

LeSoleil – February 18, 2009

To Clean and Revitalize the PC (Translated from its original content French)

“One can also see the launched software with starting and coachman only elements necessary. Moreover, it protects from the applications ActiveX malevolent. One can use the manual mode or the automatic mode for repairs of common errors, to even program a machine analysis of the computer at exact moments. It is worth 38 $ on www.largesoftware. com.”

SEMCO – February 17, 2009

Password Manager – Software Review

“Password Manager from Large Software will remember all your passwords and will also insert your passwords into web pages. Password Manager encrypts each of the saved passwords to protect them for the user. The software allows you to create your own passwords or it will generate random passwords to make you more secure.”

Motherboards.org – February 13, 2009

LargeSoftware: Password Manager Review

“Large Software’s Password Manager is a program that lets users take a load off while it simplifies account information interactivity with a few small steps during the process.”

The Washington Post – February 11, 2009

Browse Safely—and Faster—With Password Manager

“Tell it your passwords for any Web site and it will log you in automatically. In addition, because it will only log you into pages that it recognizes, it won't enter your user name and password into phishing sites, giving you an extra layer of protection. Passwords and no one else can use them.”

Technically Speaking Radio Show – February 11, 2009

Offer aims to make computers faster and easier to use for less

“The PC Tune-Up 2.0 product, which optimizes user’s computers and improves computer speed by up to 55-percent, does the following and more…..”

Motherboards.org – February 11, 2009

LargeSoftware: PC Tune-Up Review

“An up and coming software Development Company has some pretty "Large" ideas for the computer savvy, or even the average PC user. Large Software of San Diego, founded in 2006, has taken a good look at what users really want from software, and having 15 years in the industry on their development team has given them an advantage over their competitors.”

“Every so once in a while, things need to be addressed to ensure that your computer is refreshed and renewed with a little T.L.C., and that's where PC Tune-Up comes along.”

PC World – February 7, 2009

Browse Safely—and Faster—With Password Manager

“If you're tired of having to remember passwords for Web pages, and are looking for a way to help ensure that your private information stays private, you'll most likely find the $30 Password Manager a help….This security utility is exceptionally easy to use; simply create an account for each Web page, enter your details, and then when you visit the page, click a button or two and the program will enter your user name and password.”

Smart Computing Magazine – February Issue, 2009

Password Managers Head to Head

“Large Software Password Manager not only helps you stay on top of usernames and passwords for all types of applications and Web programs, it also lets you store multiple passwords for each program and Web site account you have. Your information database is protected by one of eight available encryption algorithms, including AES 256-bit encryption.”

Computer Power User Magazine – February Issue, 2009

Password Keeper 1.0.0.16

Password Manager keeps all your passwords in an encrypted file, which you unlock with a single master password, and it works with your browsers to automatically fill in fields as you surf. …it has a few neat tricks…”

PC World – January 29, 2009

Password Manager

“If you're tired of having to remember passwords for Web pages, and are looking for a way to help ensure that your private information stays private, you'll most likely find Password Manager a help.”

“Password Manager includes lots of nice little extras, such as integrating with your Web browser to make logins easier. You can also create a portable version of the program that you can store on a USB drive so that you can take it with you and use your passwords on other computers as well.”

ip Carrier – January 8, 2009

Using “Password Manager”

“Password Manager is built to automatically recognize when a user is returning to a site for a login. For new accounts, the system completes the user’s login information in order to eliminate cumbersome set-up forms. Keystrokes are concealed to avoid keyloggers or spyware from stealing sensitive information.”

“By the way, I just ran a PC Tune-Up scan on a machine that hadn't been scanned before and the software found 266 problems.”

Gadgets and gifts 4U.com – January 6th, 2009

PC Tune-Up reves up your PC like NASCAR would!

“Would you let your car run ragged without a proper tune-up. No you would not! I found a real easy to use product from Largesoftware.com called PC Tune-Up…”

VERDICT: “Installation was a breeze, it found like 329 problems. If you buy one defrag program this, then PC Tune-Up is your best choice.”

Dental Technology Blog – December 22, 2008

Password Manager Increases Security for You and your Browser

Add to all these features that the program cost just $29.95 and it’s a no-brainer. Treat yourself to Christmas early this year and download this program. I’ve been using it and have had a wonderful experience. I’m confident you will too!

Monthly Computer Chronicle – December, 2008

PC Tune-Up

PC Tune-Up has a very friendly approach to solving your PC Problems. From the moment you boot up until the time you’ve resolved your PC Problems, PC Tune-Up has a user friendly way to deal with your problems.”

The bottom line on PC Tune-UP is that it is extremely easy to use and did a wonderful job of resolving the problems on the systems we tested it on. It is, therefore, recommended.”

Associated Content – November 26, 2008

Product Review: LargeSoftware Password Manager

“Large Software brings a fantastic password managing program that takes the hassle and worry over your numerous password and logon sign ins….Total 99/100.

“This is the easiest and best program I have seen for managing passwords and one I will continue to use long after this review is finished. No higher praise can be said of any program than the fact that I use it not for the review but for its simple convenience, Password Manager is that good.”

Red Herring – November 21, 2008

My Favorite Software Tools

Every experienced computer user has a handful of tools they use to keep their PC running and to make their tasks easier. I am often asked what I use on a regular basis, so here goes….”

PC Tune-Up from Large Software does most of its work under the hood; you just install it and on starting up the PC it hunts down broken registry links, defragments files that are scattered around your hard drive, and then reboots the system automatically. I think of it like a steam cleaning the engine before I move out onto the race track. Like a fuel additive, it has perked up several of my slower PCs.”

The Ledger – November 14, 2008

Computer May Last with Tune-up

Does it work? Jason Bovberg, a reviewer for Windows IT Pro, tried it on a “4 year old computer that had been experiencing significant slowdowns. In particular, startup was a painful, glacial process that put obvious strain on the processor.” He found installation “a snap.” After a 25-minute scan…the program made repairs. A rebooting found “some of the sluggishness was gone.”

PC Magazine – November 12, 2008

LargeSoftware to Offer TenForTen Promotion

Software-Solution vendor LargeSoftware is trying to do its part to save small and mid-size businesses a little capital in this iffy economic atmosphere.”

National Underwriter Property and Casualty – November 10, 2008

Tuning Up Your PC Keeps Work Flowing

What is most noticeable right off the bat is that this product is obviously designed for non-tech-savy users, so most agencies and insurance company offices can breathe a sign of relief on that score.”

Overall I found that PC Tune-Up 2.0 is a handy, easily installed, easy-to-use Windows utility that helps keep computers free of some potentially harmful problems.”

The Street – October 24, 2008

Tips on Managing the Generation Gap at Work

Resist the urge to change older employees and their ways. Rather, work with them, says Nick Forcier, CEO of LargeSoftware. “What happens is you get stuck working on change rather than working to make sure everyone is happy and working towards the same goal,” he adds. So sell change softly and as a team effort.

TMC Net – October 22, 2008

Large Software Solution to Ease Password Use Online

Built to recognize when a user is returning to a site automatically, Password Manger is designed the hassle and frustration of a user who has to try several different user names and passwords.”

Centredaily – October 21, 2008

Large Software Solves Another Computer Annoyance by Bringing Password Manager to the Market

PR Inside – October 7, 2008

Survey Finds PC Tune-Up 2.0 Improves PC Boot Time on Average by 50 Percent

Red Orbit – October 7, 2008

Survey Finds PC Tune-Up 2.0 Improves PC Boot Time on Average by 50 Percent

Tech Fever Network – October 7, 2008

Survey Finds PC Tune-Up 2.0 Improves PC Boot Time on Average by 50 Percent

Denver Post – October 4, 2008

Interview with Nick Forcier, chief executive of LargeSoftware

It’s incredible. All of the bosses I ever had were micromanagers, mainly because they just didn’t trust people. We have the most incredible team at LargeSoftware. Everyone is in this for the same reason, the same goal, and everyone has a vested interest that we succeed.” – Nick Forcier

The Telescope – September 29, 2008

PC Tune-Up extends the life of your current computer

Offering a variety of tools, PC Tune-Up does an excellent job of helping novice users to bring a bit of life back to their computer”

Pc Tune-Up with help novice users better equip themselves to receive the best performance out of their computer for the longest amount of time.”

Monitoring Times – September, 2008

Peeling the Onion with the help of PC Tune-Up

Did it Work? In a word…..YES!!! After PC Tune-Up did all of its “things” in automatic mode and the computer was restarted I tried to copy my fifty files to a DVD and it worked perfectly! I could have kissed the author of PC Tune-Up.”

All I can say is, nothing succeeds like success and PC Tune-Up did the Job!”

Technology TNT – August 29, 2008

Large Software’s PC Tune-Up

After the tune-up, we did notice a smoother and faster boot up and shutdown of our PC. We think it’s worth the investment”

BNET – August 28, 2008

Ed Bassmaster Inks a Deal with Large Software to Endorse PC Tune-Up™ 2.0

Tech News World – August 25, 2008

Product of the Week: Large Software's PC Tune-Up

PC Tune-Up is the best I've tested so far and so it is my product of the week.”

B2B Magazine – August 11, 2008

Office games, geeks to blame, and YouTube fame

Winston-Salem Journal – August 7, 2008

Tech Bytes

I gave PC Tune-Up a test run on my 4-year old PC and found it running much more smoothly afterwards.”

Windows IT Pro – August 6, 2008

Review: PC Tune-Up 2.0

PC Tune-Up is a nifty little 3MB performance helper. The GUI is extremely easy and helpful, and the tune-up process is straightforward and smooth.”

Gear Diary – August 6, 2008

Review: PC Tune UP – Turn That Tortoise Back Into A Hare In Four Easy Steps

“…it is an all in one utility that will scrub out your computer’s innards, and get that tortoise running like a hare again.”

Denver Post – August 5, 2008

Ed Bassmaster Inks a Deal with Large Software

Street Insider – August 5, 2008

Ed Bassmaster Inks a Deal with Large Software

Reuters – August 5, 2008

Ed Bassmaster Inks a Deal with Large Software

South Eastern Computer Organization – August, 2008

PC Tune-Up Software Review

PC Tune-Up worked as described…..and by using this software and fixing the problems found by PC Tune-Up on my Windows XP computer, I believe that I have sped up the computer.”

The Herald News – July 25, 2008

Utility optimizes PC speed
“Ease of use and speed are the things that stand out in this utility designed to keep your computer running at its optimum speed.”

Financial Times – July 10, 2008

Elixirs of life for tired PCs
“Large Software’s $30 PC Tune Up…works well and is easy to use.”

Law Technology News – July 9, 2008

PC Tune-Up

PC World – June 30, 2008

PC Tune-Up

I.T. Vibe – June 30, 2008

Is PC Tune-Up 2.0 The Answer To Speed Problems?

Manufacturing & Technology eJournal – June 27, 2008

PC Tune-Up 2.0 Releases New Version of its Popular Software

Tech News World – June 27, 2008

Tune-Up Software Greases the Wheels on Old PCs
“PC Tune-Up is a very small file, and it's incredibly fast compared to similar programs. The user interface lets the user customize operations without making common tasks difficult. I was impressed by the design and depth of the registry scanner.”
“This inexpensive, virtual multitool can save you hours of frustration while trying to find the root of your computers problems.”

The Tech Herald – June 23, 2008

Review: PC Tune-Up
“PC Tune-Up is well worth the $30 fee. Combining all of the features that are important to system health into one easy to use and navigate interface.”
“This 3MB application is worth every penny, and earns a score of 100.”
“Navigation couldn’t have been easier; if it were then the program would have navigated itself.”

eWeek Channel Insider – June 20, 2008

A PC Tune-Up to Improve Vista Performance
“The scan proves to be thorough and informative.”
“After running the PC Tune-Up utility and committing the fixes to the system, boot up time was cut in half.”

Guam Pacific Daily News – June 18, 2008

Software tunes-up your slow computer

The Charlotte Observer – June 18, 2008

Games N Gadgets
“It's simple, and once the program stopped running I felt my 5-year-old PC was as nimble as it has been in years. I'd rate this one very high.”

Cincinnati eGear – June 12, 2008

Tune up your slow PCs

Electronic Infoline – June 3, 3008

PC Tune-Up 2.0 on Windows XP SP3 Review (reprint of 14U News)

I4U News – June 3, 2008

PC Tune-Up 2.0 on Windows XP SP3 Review
“Overall PC Tune-Up is a great choice to optimize and clean your operating system without having to become an expert in registry tweaks. PC Tune-Up is very easy to use and just focuses on what is needed.”

New World Radio – May 31, 2008

Radio Interview

The Tech Herald – May 30, 2008

PC Tune-Up 2.0 gets upgrade – works with Vista SP1 and XP SP3
“Good things come in 3MB packages. What caught my eye the first time I saw PC Tune-Up was the size, less than 3MB.”
“…it has a solid registry defrag tool…”

Computer Technology Review – May 29, 2008

PC Tune-Up 2.0 upgraded for latest releases of Windows Service Packs

IP Carrier – May 28, 2008

“Large” Suite Does the Job
“The dashboard information was clear, intuitive and the scan seemed to run faster than I recall other similar suites operating.”
“Lots of us just want to do things. We don't want to be system administrators. This should help.”