ParetoLogic Tech-Support Group Donates Software to Thai Charity

ParetoLogic's Customer Support team has donated software licenses to the Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities, an organization dedicated helping disabled children in Thailand.

Victoria, B.C. December 16, 2009 – Getting an early start on Christmas charity, the technical support team from ParetoLogic have donated software to the Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities (CCD). Founded in 1986, CCD provides care and support for abandoned children with disabilities in Thailand. In an effort to teach children vital technology skills, CCD has a network of PCs, continually in need of repair and upkeep.

"This should keep their PCs running in top shape" said Tony Rodrigues, ParetoLogic's Director of Customer Support. The ParetoLogic support team donated Unlimited Site Licenses of RegCure registry cleaner and XoftSpySE Anti-Spyware 7.0, valid for every computer onsite. RegCure offers the ability to repair the Windows registry to improve performance and stop errors, while XoftSpySE provides fast and powerful protection against spyware, Trojans, and other malware.

CCD staff and volunteers use computers to coordinate all aspects of the charity's operations. Not only that, but the children at CCD practice new skills on the PCs, to help them learn and develop their communications skills. "A slow or infected computer is not fun to learn or work on, and this will make things much easier," said Rodrigues.

"We are very grateful for ParetoLogic's generous donation," said Mike Blackburn, CCD's volunteer IT Manager. "Provision of software like this ensures that our systems run smoothly, and also allows us to channel a higher proportion of donated funds towards the care of the children themselves."

The Christian Care Foundation accepts donations on their website,

About the Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities

The Christian Care Foundation for Children with Disabilities (CCD) provides help to some of the many thousands of children in Thailand who have been abandoned or given into government care by families unable to support them.

About ParetoLogic Inc.

In 2004 four brothers recognized that modern computer users need not rely on computer repair technicians to maintain their own PC's. Knowing that sophisticated technology married with a truly user-friendly interface would empower people to secure and optimize their own computers, the brothers researched the marketplace to define and develop the software products that would most benefit today's computer user.

ParetoLogic now employs 125 professionals to help them research, develop, and market software applications that will enable people to secure and enhance their computing experience. Available in 192 countries around the world, ParetoLogic has established partnerships on a global scale to ensure that its products are available to all computer users, regardless of location, language, or computing experience.

Attention to the needs of the consumer coupled with a commitment to delivering exceptional software applications and resource-rich websites guarantee that our products will exceed your expectations.


Kai Davis, Marketing Coordinator
ParetoLogic Inc.


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