It’s official – boxed versions of Laplink® Sync™ have been shipped to local software retailers!
Laplink Sync allows you to keep your files, folders, photos, and videos synchronized between multiple devices, including: Windows® or Mac® desktops, Android™ smartphones and tablets, and Apple® phones and tablets. Laplink Sync is a safer alternative to other synchronization solutions because it doesn’t rely on the cloud or require an internet connection.
Are you migrating to a new PC soon? Do you keep your PC protected with routine imaging back ups? Then you need PCmover Image & Drive Assistant!
In honor of our 31st anniversary yesterday, Laplink is giving away PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for FREE until the end of the day tomorrow. PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is the ONLY way to restore files, settings, and programs from an old image or hard drive to a new PC without overwriting anything, even the operating system on the new PC.
Check out this cool one-minute video showing just how easy and fast PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is!
Act fast! Offer ends soon!
UPDATE: We’re extending our promotion! Get PCmover for FREE until May 17th at www.laplink.com/31anniversary
Tomorrow, Laplink will be celebrating 31 years of innovative PC migration, synchronization, file transfer, and remote access software solutions. As a special thank you to all our customers, we’re giving away PCmover Image & Drive Assistant for FREE for just 24 hours.
PCmover Image & Drive Assistant is the only software that can automatically transfer files, settings, and even applications from an old hard drive or image to a new PC without overwriting anything. Even if your old hard drive has a different operating system than the new PC, there are no problems! Continue reading
A new vulnerability affecting Internet Explorer 6 through 11 users was discovered just this past weekend. The bug can grant hackers access to a PC, likely allowing them to install programs, create accounts, and view, change, or delete user data. It has already been exploited against U.S. financial and defense companies, resulting in the U.S. government issuing a strong warning about the risks of using these versions of Internet Explorer.
Microsoft is aware of the problem and is working on a patch. However, since support for Windows XP ended earlier this month, those who still using Windows XP are out of luck.
This bug is just the first in what could be a long list of vulnerabilities that will remain open for hackers, viruses, and malware to target XP users. It’s also a clear indication that the end of support doesn’t only affect the operating system, but other applications like browsers, too. Continue reading
Want to keep your photos and videos synced on the go? No problem! Starting today, Laplink is giving away free licenses of Laplink Sync for iOS until April 25th.
Already available for Android and Windows, Laplink Sync is superior to other solutions because it doesn’t rely on the cloud and doesn’t require and internet connection. This lets you keep your files, folders, photos, and videos up to date between multiple devices, regardless of operating system! Continue reading
The OpenSSL project team announced a serious security vulnerability, known now as the Heartbleed bug, on April 7th. We wanted to officially address concerns about purchasing products from Laplink online.
All purchases made through our secure 128-bit encrypted chatroom or online store are completely safe! While our security hasn’t been compromised by Heartbleed, we are actively monitoring our system to ensure that your personal information remains secure at all times. Continue reading
Starting today, Windows XP users will no longer receive technical assistance, security updates, or hot-fixes to their PCs. This leaves Windows XP users vulnerable to hackers, viruses, and other malware until they upgrade or migrate quickly to a different version of Windows.
While Windows has been an extremely successful and popular operating system since its release in 2001, it’s time for XP users to move to a newer, more reliable, and more secure operating system. Laplink offers several affordable tools to make that process easy, while allowing a high degree of customization.
Laplink’s PCmover is the only software that automatically moves all selected programs, files, and settings from an old PC to a new one, or from an old operating system to a new one. PCmover is easy to use, regardless of technical skill, thanks to a step-by-step wizard that helps users customize their migration experience by keeping everything or selecting exactly what they want to transfer. With PCmover, there is no need to transfer data to external storage and no need to reinstall applications. PCmover does it all automatically!
PCmover also comes with Free Transfer Assistance available 24/7. Simply call the toll-free number, and one of Laplink’s certified PC migration experts will guide the user through the entire migration process at no additional cost. Continue reading
Data loss can happen to anyone. Whether it’s an accidental coffee spill, a power surge, or a particularly nasty bit of malware, data loss usually strikes without warning.
That’s why Laplink is happy to announce that a new, improved version of Laplink DiskImage is readily available!
Most PC users don’t think about data backup until it’s too late. They don’t think data loss will happen to them, and they think that backing up is too complicated and time-consuming. The good news for those of you who feel the same way is that Laplink DiskImage makes data backup super quick and super easy. It’s perfect for the novice PC user or business person with a cramped schedule.
With end of Windows® XP support just around the corner, an exciting announcement was revealed on Microsoft’s blog today—Laplink® Software will be partnering with Microsoft to provide Windows XP users with a free tool, PCmover® Express for Windows XP, to help users move off of Windows XP quickly and easily.
“As the end of support for Windows XP on April 8 nears we’re continuing to focus on ensuring customers are aware of the deadline and helping them to migrate to a modern operating system such as Windows 8.1,” said Brandon LeBlanc, a Microsoft marketing communications manager, in the blog post today.
PCmover Express for Windows XP will copy files and settings from your Windows XP PC to a new PC running Windows 7, 8, or 8.1. Now, XP users won’t have to say goodbye to their music, family photos, videos, email, and even user profiles and personalized settings. PCmover Express transfers data across your home or work network, and allows XP users to customize exactly what to bring to the new PC and what to leave behind.
Windows XP users can download PCmover Express for free in English later this week from http://www.WindowsXP.com/. French, Italian, German, Spanish, and Japanese will be available later in March, with Korean, Chinese, Brazilian Portuguese, and Russian coming soon after that.
More updates will be coming soon! We’ll keep you posted.
End of support for Windows XP begins on April 8, 2014. Those who choose to stay on XP after end of support will face an end to hot-fixes, technical assistance, and security updates. Sticking around on Windows XP is risky; reports point out that the lack of security updates will make it a hot target for hackers, viruses, and other malware. When Microsoft releases security updates for Windows 7 and 8, attackers will check and test Windows XP for those same vulnerabilities. If the vulnerabilities are shared, attackers will target these known security holes in XP because it won’t be receiving security patches.
Studies show that Windows XP users will be six times more likely to suffer from a virus or other malware. We at Laplink recommend that XP users upgrade their current operating system or transfer to a new PC. With PCmover, the move is seamless, so there’s no reason to face the risks that Windows XP will soon carry.