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2009

Support - Xandros

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Support Every commercial Xandros product includes Basic level support to make sure you get your system installed and configured properly. This support site also includes an FAQ section which addresses common issues and there are user forums for each of the products where forum members provide assistance to each other. If these resources don't enable you to resolve your issue, you may need to contact our technical support people. Depending on the nature and timing of your problem, your request may fall within your Basic level support. However, if you require more advanced assistance or if your support request is outside the allowable time frame for Basic support, pay-for-support options are available on annual subscription and per incident support basis. The following table provides a brief summary of the different options. Refer to the detailed Server SLA and Desktop SLA for a comprehensive comparison list. Note: For ASUS Eee PC support, please visit the ASUS Eee PC Support Center

2008

Paper Label Maker - Reviews and free Paper Label Maker downloads at Download.com

Paper Label Maker is a professional software for printing paper labels, such as address labels, letterheads, flyers, file brochures, software, and product labels. Main advantages are: high degree of accuracy--tolerance of printed content on labels is within 0.1 to 0.5 mm for the most of recent printers, so labels can be printed at exact positions as you want. Flexible designing--the program contains three kinds of projects, which are implemented for different purposes and satisfy for both business and personal requirements. Rich in properties--Border, Background, Place, Transparent images, Trace, Font and Align properties allow you to design labels in many nice styles. Support for all databases implicitly--customer data in any databases can be easily exported for printing customer related labels--such as post addresse

2007

Components | Ubuntu

Components The Ubuntu software repository contains thousands of software packages organised into five 'components', on the basis of the level of support we can offer them, and whether or not they comply with our Free Software Philosophy. The components are called "main", "restricted", "universe", "multiverse" and commercial.