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March 31st, 2000

[8:00 AM] MacBreakZ! Updated With New Interface
by Staff

Frank Reiff Software has announced a 2.3 update for MacBreakZ! MacBreakZ! is a personal ergonomic assistant, and the update adds an entirely new user interface. According to Frank Reiff Software:

We are pleased to announce the release of the second beta of version 2.3 of "MacBreakZ!".

MacBreakZ! is a personal ergonomic assistant which monitors your keyboard and mouse activity and helps you structure your computer use in a healthy manner which prevents computer-related injuries from developing.

This latest release is a major upgrade introducing a redesigned user interface featuring the graphical style of UK cartoonist Nick Miller and Sputnik Studios, 18 new at-your-desk-stretches and many detailed improvements.

The main applications for MacBreakZ! are to prevent repetitive strain injuries and promote healthy and pain-free computing and to aid the recovery from repetitive strain injuries.

MacBreakZ! is US$25 trialware and can be downloaded from Frank Reiff Software's site. .


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