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Alcohol Soft offering pre-Christmas discount

Written by James Delahunty (Google+) @ 05 Dec 2005 11:38 User comments (7)

Alcohol Soft offering pre-Christmas discount I thought it would be worth mentioning that Alcohol Software is offering a 40% discount on purchases of Alcohol 120% until December 23rd. Alcohol is an excellent piece of software for backing up games or DVDs. It has support for many popular copy protections. You can also mount images onto up to 31 virtual drives using Alcohol. Here is the announcement as seen at the Alcohol Soft store...
Reduced price! (For a limited period only)!
Alcohol 120% enables you to make a duplicate back-up to recordable media of nearly all your expensive GameSoftwareDVD* Titles, and/or an image that can be mounted and run from any one of Alcohol's 31 Virtual drives.

Purchase Alcohol 120% download version 1.9.5.3105 or boxed version 1.9.2.1705 before December 23rd and receive a 40% discount off the RRP (valid only for single license purchase). This offer includes free updates and support.

You can download a trial of Alcohol 120% from: http://www.afterdawn.com/software/video_software/dvd_tools/alcohol120.cfm

You can purchase Alcohol 120% from: http://shop.alcohol-soft.com/

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7 user comments

15.12.2005 14:43

Alcohol 120% is a great tool. Something that everyone should have in their toolkit.

25.12.2005 16:02

Yeah, it is a great tool, but I wouldn't shell any money for it, considering you can get it just about EVERYWHERE!!!!





...a mind is a terrible thing to waste...

35.12.2005 17:51
llongtheD
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It is a good tool, I purchased it a couple of years ago. I have been a little dissapointed with their lack of updates lately.

45.12.2005 19:12

i think it's an excellent tool but there are also free alternatives.

55.12.2005 20:29

has not imgburn replaced this software? the donation software, he only asks for 2 dollars

65.12.2005 20:55

The last time I checked the only thing Imgburn did is burn files.

75.12.2005 21:05

OH! i never used it, thanks for clarifying it

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