For Immediate Release
for further information:
Al Anderson (Y2KEasyFix.com)
Free Y2K Test Tool For All PC's -
First Time Offer By y2kEasyFix.com
Mar. 3, 1999 -- Vestal, NY -- Small Businesses and individuals can
now easily and safely test their PC's for Y2K compliance using a
nationally recognized test tool that is supported by the NSTL
(National Software Testing Laboratories). This test utility is free
and has been used by hundreds of thousands already. It is available
for immediate download and use at the y2kEasyFix website:
Along with the utility are additional step by step directions for its
use and an e-mail address for free trouble - shooting.
Nearly everyone with a PC will face some kind of compliance problem
with their computer system. About 70% of PC's in use will need a
hardware fix but the problem facing most computer users is that they
don't know if they are one of the 70% or not. PC manufacturers and
retailers are not willing to offer any compliance statements, even on
many of the newest systems. This leaves most PC users in the dark.
"This is a 'no - brainer' test that everyone can use very easily and
in under 15 minutes they will know whether Y2K will cause them any
problems when the Year 2000 rolls over", says Al Anderson, Computer
Consultant and Y2K expert for Y2KEasyFix.com. Mr. Anderson also
states, "The last straw was another of the major news media gave out
possibly harmful advice when they suggested people can just set their
computer clocks ahead and test the results. That can cause a lot of
problems. So, we decided to offer the test tool for free and
hopefully prevent some unnecessary headaches."
Mrs. Bonni Phelps, owner of her own small business on the internet,
has this to say, "What a relief! We have tested all 7 computers in
our business and now know how to deal with each of them - at no cost.
We had a local computer Consultant quote us $90.00 per PC just to
test and diagnose. Also, we went ahead and spent a total of $29.95
with y2kEasyFix.com and now have the information to make all our
software and operating systems compliant." Mrs. Phelps is only one
example of the many people being helped by this free offer.
There is a considerable amount of Free information and many helpful
links to be found at the website. Some of the available content at
the site and in a best selling Y2K E-Book is as follows:
* Links and info on "survival" sites
* a forum for discussions with other Y2K enthusiasts
* a Reseller Resource Center for those who may want to
be partners in business with Y2KEasyFix.com
* Special Y2K business concerns like suppliers,
employees,business insurance and legal issues
* Expert Y2K scenarios suggesting the possible and most
likely outcomes of Y2K
* Archive of informative articles written about Y2K
* a highly respected e-zine offering free subscription
For more information, visit the website at: http://www.y2kEasyFix.com
To contact by e-mail:
or phone: 607-754-9378
The following contains a Bio on Al Anderson, owner of the company.
Following the Bio is a section of FAQ's - really just questions that
we have found to be most often asked by the general public. If you
wish these to be included in the release or as part of the interview
with Mr. Anderson, submit those of your choice and any others you may
have at the time of interview.
Mr. Al Anderson has three very successful businesses on the internet
starting almost 5 years ago. He has degrees in Chemistry, Business
and Marketing and has been a long time computer enthusiast. His
interest and research in Y2K began a couple years ago. Al fully
understands the Y2K bug impact on personal computers and has
developed solutions. His best selling E-Book boils down all the vast
info available into simple, easy to understand explanations and
solutions for individuals and small businesses. He is personally
available for telephone and e-mail interviews but only accepts three
Mr. Anderson can be reached at:
Questions: "Our TOP 10"
1. How does Y2K effect my personal computer and what can I do about
it? Can I test it myself?
2. What are "embedded chips" or "embedded systems"?
3. How do I assess and fix possible date problems with my software
4. What are the chances my local bank may close its doors?
5. Will our infrastructure be prepared in time for Y2K - namely the
6. What are the Economists and other financial experts predicting
about the stock market and economy?
7. How can I prepare myself and family in case there is a failure of
infrastructure like the electric utilities or the transportation
8. What personal records and contracts should I obtain and where
should I store them?
9. Are other countries in the world prepared and if not, how will
that effect us in the USA?
10. Will my toaster "blow - up"?