EaseUS 15th Anniversary Giveaway Contest


easeus-logoEaseUS is celebrating its 15th Anniversary by offering many prizes to some lucky winners! These include cash prizes, an iPad, and a chance to win a “Lucky Draw” by spinning a wheel on their contest page. The giveaway contest ends on August 27th and the winners will be chosen on August 28th, 2019.

The following excerpt from their landing page explains what the prizes are, requirements, and how the winners are chosen:

Winners

  • We will choose in total 15 participants as winners

What to win

  • 1 First Prize: an iPad or (9.7-inch, 128GB, Wi-Fi + Cellular) OR $500
  • 2 Second Prizes: $200
  • 12 Third Prizes: $50
  • Participation Prizes: Spin the Lucky Draw to see the surprise!

Note: The cash prize will be sent via PayPal ONLY

The way to choose winners

  • The first, second, and third prizes will be drawn from the top 15 most-liked slogans or comments.

Requirements

  • Submit a slogan for EaseUS, or comment to share your story with EaseUS.
  • The irrelevant content may be removed.
  • Submitting text with original images for EaseUS 15th anniversary will increase your chance of winning.

Others

  • Please follow our FaceBook to keep informed of the final result.
  • The final explanation right of this contest is reserved by EaseUS.

Here is the link to the EaseUS 15th Anniversary page. There are some great prizes from a great company to be found here– don’t miss out!

Good luck to everyone!


About the Author

Richard Pedersen

Richard received his first computer, a C-64, in 1982 as a gift and began dabbling in BASIC. He was hooked! His love for computing has led him from the old “XT” boxes to the more modern fare and from clunky 10MB hard drives to smooth and fast modern day SSD drives. He has run BBS services, Fido mail, and even operated his own computer repair business.

4 Comments

  1. Been using EaseUs for a long time, I alternate backups using EaseUs and Acronis. Although EaseUs and Acronis both will do a system image restore, I find that EaseUs is more user friendly.

  2. I was turned on to Easus by a friend who helps me out when I get in trouble. I just took advantage of the offer to pay for a lifetime subscription for version 11.5. It seemed pretty reasonable although I’m a little foggy as to whether it will continue to be updated. As long as it keeps me backed up, I figured that will be all I need.

    I always enjoy your comments.

    • You can open EaseUs Todo backup or EaseUs Partition Master Pro and check your lifetime license and the product code for your software. Click on the little drop down arrow for Todo backup and click on about. Click on the little lines for EaseUs Partition Master and click on about. I also bought lifetime licenses for both products and they have been updated several times. I just wish EaseUs Partition Master Pro would do Linux partitions. For that I use Gparted.

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