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Second Chance Keep a record of every change you've ever inflicted on your PC.

By J. W. Dysart

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Forget about clicking your heels. You really can go back to asimpler time when your PC worked just fine with Powerquest's Second Chance($49.95 street). Essentially, the program keeps a detailed historyof every change you make to your system and allows you to restorePC settings to a day when all was right with the world. Perfect forunfathomable conflicts, system slowdowns and other gremlins createdby the everyday wear and tear of PC use. The only downside? Stillno Second Chance for that great love gone bad.

J.W. Dysart, asoftware analyst and Internet business consultant, has written formore than 40 publications, including The New York Timesand The Financial Times of London. He is also a columnistfor our sister publication, Business Start-Ups.

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