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"It saved the bacon Windows 7 would have ruined"
Version: iExplorer 220.127.116.11
It did what is normally impossible-getting files from an iOS 5 iPad to the Intel iMac after I had to lose my backed up copies due to Windows 7 torpedoing them.
There are none, seeing how it took the impossible and made it happen! It's like a scene out of Halt and Catch Fire, except with 2011 vintage mobile and desktop software.
If you're in danger of losing what you needed as regards music, you have to suck it up and get it. Hopefully in the future it will be like insurance, where you would need it but you don't want to have to need it. A security blanket, if you will.
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