Help Develop a Web of Trust

May 17, 2010

The biggest downfall of the internet is that it has provided a haven for the criminal element (organized crime) that will literally do a virtual “drive-by” of your PC  (if you let it) and rob you of your money and your pride. As with any crime, the criminal looks for opportunity; and in the case of computers and the internet the opportunity to commit crime is blatantly available.  It is sad when I hear people express fear of their computers and the internet due to the criminal element side; or I have heard where they have been victimized and have no idea of how it happened. In essence a web of distrust is being created…

Folks, please do not let this get you down. The fight is on and there are things you can do to protect yourself on the internet.  One of the options to help protect you when browsing the internet is an online FREE service called the Web of Trust (WOT) .

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I install WOT on every PC that I get my hands on. It will not slow down your PC. When installed, it trains you to visually inspect every click you make in your web browser. Almost all internet crimes start as a result of a mouse click. In addition to WOT, you should always maintain your Windows’ updates, use  antivirus and antispyware software and keep your Windows firewall turned “on”.

The cool factor with WOT is that the you can register and become part of the WOT community and help develop a Web of Trust by rating the sites you visit.

WOT ratings are based on shared knowledge

Each community member can contribute to WOT. Share your knowledge to help other users surf more safely by providing ratings for sites that you have used. On the Security scorecard you can tell your story and reasons for the rating you have given, helping others to make an educated decision before interacting with the site. The system processes ratings and calculates the reputation for each website. Attempts to manipulate the reputation data are effectively countered through the use of sophisticated algorithms.

I could go on and on about WOT!  To learn more about this FREE browser add-on, please visit the Web of Trust website.

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A Great PORTABLE Calculator for FREE

May 16, 2010

Need a calculator for your flash drive (or computer) that is FREE, looks nice, continues to improve and is powerful?  Then look no further…  My “go to” calculator on my PC (and flash drive) is the free version of ESBCalc.

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ESBCalc is a Freeware Scientific Calculator for Windows with Infix Notation, Brackets, Scientific Functions (Trigonometric, Hyperbolic, Logarithmic – including Base 10, Base 2 & Natural – plus more), Memory, Paper Trail, Result History List and more. v5 Includes support for Prefix functions so to evaluate log (10) you can enter log 10 rather than 10 log (which is the default behaviour)

Also includes customizing of the Colors’ & Fonts used, as well as customizing how the Hints (ToolTips) appear.

What I like about ESBCalc is that the developers continue to make improvements to this little gem and (as mentioned) there is a downloadable portable app version, as well.  ESBCalc will run on any Windows version from Windows 98 to Windows 7.

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Make a Custom Themed Google Home Page

May 14, 2010

I am sure all of you have used the Google search engine. As a matter of fact, when I setup a PC, It is not uncommon for me to set the browser homepage to Google. This makes for an excellent and an easy launching point for the user.  The only problem with doing this is that the Google search engine page is not the most attractive page out there.

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A solution to making the Google search engine page an attractive interface is to use Favoorit.  With Favoorit you can:

– Find or create your theme
– Add your favorite Websites
– Set it as your homepage
– Enjoy your cutom homepage
– Share it with your friends
– Move the Google search box with your mouse

Here’s how it works:

Visit the Favoorit website.

Select (click on) a background image (or theme). You can even use your own images.

Once the theme loads in your browser,  click on “set as homepage”.

You can change the theme as many times as you want by visiting Favoorit and following the steps outlined above. At the top left corner of the Favoorit page you can also add some of your favorites (most used) sites.

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Welcome Paul’s Home Computing Blog

May 13, 2010

To my readers and fellow bloggers… Bill Mullins’ at Tech Thoughts put me onto a new blog called Paul’s Home Computing Blog. Now, when Bill alerts you to something, I have learned as a fellow blogger, to take notice. My ears become alert and what’s left of my tail, starts wagging…

Paul’s Home Computing Blog, recently added to my blogroll, is geared toward sharing information about how to use the computer at home. This guy has over 40 years of IT experience in several venues. After perusing many of the articles, I have found that Paul’s writings is a nice blend and compliment to the other blogs on my blogroll. To give you a sampling, reflected below is a clipping from one of Paul’s most recent articles. I encourage you visit Paul’s Home Computing Blog; AND if you are a blogger associated with What’s On My PC, drop by his blog and welcome him to the pack.

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Laptop Computers: The Pros and Cons

Posted on May 10, 2010 by Paul Lubic, Jr.

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Laptop computers have been around a long time and many of us use them. However, for those of you who are wondering what they’re all about and are deciding if you should get one, here’s some information that should help.

The advantage of using a laptop vs. a desktop computer is mobility, mobility, mobility. Its light weight, size and portability allow us to use it in almost any location we wish.

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Universal Extractor Updated After 2 Year Hiatus

May 13, 2010

If you are into testing software or need a good application that has the ability to extract files from almost “any type of archive” (including install files, windows installer files, etc.) then Universal Extractor is a must have application.

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Often during my testing of the smaller software apps, that are packaged installers, I will run Universal Extractor against the installer or setup file to see if I can extract the main binary files that makes the application launch (and run). This often saves me from having to install the application; and on occasions I am able to then use the app (I am testing) as a portable app. Sound like a lot of techie stuff? Well it is. This app, which is available as a portable app, should be a mainstay in any tech’s toolbox.

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Can Now Drag Images Into Gmail

May 12, 2010

You can now drag an image from your computer into Gmail…  More details [ HERE ] . The new feature does not require any additional plugins.

Currently, the feature only works in Google Chrome, but will be coming soon to other browsers.  So keep your eye on this.

Another example of Google moving us toward online apps.

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#59)

May 12, 2010

Have you ever noticed that the world of information technology and computers is forever changing?  If you are looking for a way to keep up; then you need to book mark these sites.  Each week What’s On My PC features random (recently posted) articles (called Geek  Squeaks’) from the members of the What’s On My PC blogroll.

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Internet Security Blog
Delete, Remove Virus, Malware with Norton Power Eraser Free

Canadian Tech Blogger
Free Computer (Windows) Starter Kit

TuneUp Blog about Windows
The All-in-One Configuration Tool: Windows 7’s “God Mode”

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
Decisions decisions, which one do I choose?

Worthy Tips
BizCardCreator: Create professional looking business card absolutely free

Netbook Freeware
doPDF: Best Free PDF Creator for Netbook

I Love Free Software
5 Free Post It Notes Software

404 Tech Support
Where to Ask Your Tech Questions?

TTC Shelbyville
Create Your Own Wi-Fi Hotspot

Snakebytez
F.lux : Change Your Screen Brightness by Time of Day

Free PC Security
GeSWall Intrusion Prevention

Tech-for Everyone
How are you? (From: Sgt. Edmond Baker)

Rarst.net
Best and worse computing advice – readers’ choice

Lifehacker
Repurpose a Hanger to Tidy Long Cables

Crazy World of G
Orb

thePC Security
Computer Security Tools Download- 4 Free Tools from Microsoft

Right On Technology
FCC Details New Broadband Regulation Plan

Bill Mullins’ Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Internet: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Evil Fantasy’s Blog
Download Internet Explorer 8 Optimized for Bing

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove Data Protection

What’s On My PC
The Ultimate Clock for your Windows Desktop

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FREE Instant Data and Recovery Kit

May 9, 2010

During my research and testing of Paragon’s FREE edition of Backup and Recovery I happened to notice that they also have available for FREE, a Rescue Kit.

To use the FREE Rescue Kit, you must acquire a registration (serial # and product key) from  [ HERE ] . This may sound like a hassle to go through, but this disk, once created, may be helpful in recovering data from your PC when disaster occurs.

Key Features

Worry-Free Data Protection with Paragon’s Bootable Recovery CD

Don’t wait for disaster strike before using Rescue Kit. Burn the software on your CD/DVD and be prepared for any situation.

Easily Fix Boot Problems

Boot Corrector option resolves various problems you may encounter during the system boot process. These problems may be caused by program errors, user mistakes, or become the results of boot virus activity. Boot Corrector allows you to cure the majority of boot problems for Windows Operating System and gives you access to your data!

Rescue Your Data

In case of a system malfunction, caused either by a virus attack or file corruption, you can retrieve valuable information from your disks and copy it to another local drive, partition or save the data to CD/DVD. The File Transfer Wizard helps you to export data as easy and convenient as possible.

Undelete Partition

When simply deleting a partition (without additional wiping) disk management software only removes the references to it in the Partition Table, thus leaving the possibility to recover it later. The Undelete Partitions Wizard enables you to find and recover these partitions. A restored partition will be fully functional, as long as other partitions were not created, moved or exceeded the disk space.

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FREE Disk Imaging, Backup and Recovery Software

May 9, 2010

Paragon, a software development leader for over 15 years has available for non-commercial use (at home) a powerful disk imaging (backup) and recovery package (for FREE) called Paragon Backup and Recovery.

“Smart people backup; Backup & Recovery is smart backup.”

With Paragon Backup and Recovery you can create a backup image of an entire hard disk (including GPT-discs!) or system partitions to guarantee the operating system’s working capability.

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The “cool factor” with this application is the ability to perform a differential backup that will only archive changes since the last full sector-based image, thus saving backup storage space. In other words once you have made a complete backup image of your PC (preferably to an external drive), you can perform (select) subsequent differential backups that will only backup the changes from the initial full backup; thus saving time and drive storage space.

As with most disk imaging applications, make sure you create a recovery disk that can be used to boot up your system in the event your computer is no longer booting into Windows. With Paragon Backup and Recovery, you will have the option to create a bootable  USB Flash drive, CD or DVD to recover your PC on demand.

As you continue to read, you will notice that Paragon Backup and Recovery is loaded with numerous features that you typically do not see in other FREE comparable disk imaging applications. If you currently do not have a backup or disaster recovery plan in place, Paragon Backup and Recovery is a great option. If you want to learn more, I encourage you to take a look at the User’s Manual [ HERE ] that provides indepth and detailed instructions on “how to” use this software.  These instructions are also a great starting to place to learn about disk imaging software.

  • New Cyclic Backup – complete infrastructure for establishing a self-acting data protection system, fully compliant with the set-and-forget backup policy
  • NewSupport for the latest hardware as well as hard disk partitioning schemes.
  • NewSupport of all present day techniques to store backup images
  • Disk backup to save not only all on-disk information but also the system service structures. It is ideal for making a backup image of an entire hard disk (including GPT-discs!) or system partitions to guarantee the operating system’s working capability
  • Differential backup  to a sector image to only archive changes since the last full sector-based image, thus considerably saving the backup storage space. To restore this kind of backup you will require a full image and one of its differentials
  • Restore an entire disk, separate partitions image
  • Restore with Shrink to restore a backup amount of actual data of the image
  • Create bootable USB Flash drive, CD or DVD to recover your PC on demand
  • Differential Partition Backup (Create a differential image of a partition)
  • Recovery Media Builder: builds a new “recovery media” to boot from in case of an unbootable system
  • Check Recovery Discs: checks the recovery media for integrity and boot ability
  • Graphical representation of the data to gain a better understanding
  • Comprehensive wizards to simplify even the most complex operations
  • A context sensitive hint system for all functions of the program
  • Previewing the resulting layout of hard disks before actually executing operations (so-called virtual operations)
  • Create Partition
  • Format Partition
  • Delete Partition
  • Assign/Remove Drive Letter
  • Hide/Unhide Partition
  • Mark Partition as Active/Inactive
  • Modify: change volume label,Test Surface
  • Check File System Integrity
  • Add an archive to the database
  • Delete the archive from the database
  • Restore from the selected archive
  • Restore File From Archive
  • Differential backup
  • Check Archive Integrity
  • Mount/Unmount the archive
  • Backup Features

    Restore Facilities

    Advanced Backup Tasks

    Supplementary Tools

    User Friendly Fault Minimizing Interface

    Partitioning tools

    Operations with Archives

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A Control Pad for your Netbook (or Notebook)

May 9, 2010

If you are a netbook or notebook computer owner, you well know that navigating the keyboard and touchpad can be a challenge at times; especially when it comes to launching your applications from the Windows Start Menu.

One solution that I use on my Netbook to launch my programs is a software application called ControlPad. If you are a follower of the blog you may remember the article “Using your numeric keypad as a launcher…” that introduced ControlPad and its’ features.

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ControlPad is an app that is primarily designed to use the numeric keypad on your computer to launch applications or execute Windows commands. Of course on a netbook (or notebook PC) using the numeric keypad often results in an act of clumsiness. The solution, however, is built right into ControlPad. You can go into the options settings and enable Laptop Mode where you hit the F12 key prior to launching your preconfigured commands.

What I have found with ControlPad is that you are not limited to using just numbers.You can use text as well. For example on my netbook to launch Google Chrome, I have ControlPad configured  where I hit “F12”, then type Chrome.

ControlPad is a very cool application, with sound effects, that is designed for the techies like myself.  The more you fiddle with it, the more you will like it.  A portable version is available, as well.

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Turn Your Blog Into a PDF Book

May 7, 2010

Steve over at TTC Shelbyville has outdone himself on telling us how and where you can “Make Your WordPress Blog Into a Book”.  What Steve is referring to is the web based (online) FREE service called BlogBooker.

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What is this ?

BlogBooker produces a high-quality PDF Blog Book from all your blog’s entries and comments. Archives can be generated from any blog running on WordPress, LiveJournal (and derivatives) or Blogger.

The really cool factor with BlogBooker is that it will literally take every article you ever posted on your blog and compile it into a readable PDF book with a table of contents, chapters and all (all hot linked together).  During my testing and by following the simple instructions from the TTC Shelbyville article [ HERE ] I was able to take nearly 2 years worth of my writing and archive it into my own personal eBook. The compilation process, using an XML file that I easily generated at my WordPress Dashboard, took approximately 5 minutes.  End result was a 1373 page PDF book (29 MB) with every article (and comment) ever posted on What’s On My PC…  If you are a blogger and you use WordPress, LiveJournal or Blogger as your blogging service, then this is a great way to compile and have a searchable record of all your postings.

I tip my hat to Steve at the TTC Shelbyville Technical Blog for this great find!

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Recover Picture Files On Your Digital Camera Card

May 6, 2010

When I draft an article here at What’s On My PC, I try to reflect on personal “real life” computer experiences to demonstrate what can happen and what you can do to make things right. In many instances, do not give up until you have explored the options. To give an example, I recently experienced an issue with file corruption that gave me that sick in the gut feeling where I started crying out for help!

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I currently serve as the Multimedia Director at my Church, which entails graphic editing skills; operating the computer, projection system and sound system (which I am learning); and taking digital photographs of events (which my wife assists). Recently we were tasked with taking photos of a very important 30 year celebration event.

All went well until I transferred the (couple hundred) photos from the camera to the computer. When I transferred the photos, I totally removed them (using the Windows cut/copy operation) from the camera’s media card. Every picture file I removed and transferred appeared corrupted in my graphic viewer. I could pull the picture files up using my graphic viewer; however, the pictures were really messed up and scrambled; and totally unusable. That is when the “sick in the gut” feeling hit.

RecuvaAfter a few minutes of thinking I decided to try something by using the FREE file recovery program called Recuva. My only concern at this point was that file recovery software is touted for recovering files that have been “deleted” from a media source; not “cut” from a media source (as in my case).

The first step I performed was to remove the media card from the camera and placed it in my media card reader. I then started Recuva and used the built in wizard that walked me, step-by-step, through the recovery process.

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During the process I opted to perform a “deep scan” of the media card (which was 1GB in size). Keep in mind, the deep scan option, is a much longer scanning process; especially if you are dealing with a very large drive (like the hard drive in your PC). Also, I should probably mention that you should always limit read/write activity to the media that you are working with to ensure better results.

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I continued to follow the Recuva wizard… Recuva went to work in scanning the media card in an attempt to recover or detect any files. Now, keep in mind, I never “deleted” the pictures files from the media card; I “cut” them from the card and pasted into a folder on my PC.  Therefore, I was unsure if this would work or not.

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Fingers Crossed!  Using the “deep scan” option in Recuva, I was able to recover several hundred picture files; including, what appeared to be the pictures that were taken at the Church event. The deep scan option is an option that is more time consuming; however, in my case I was desperate.

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Let the party begin! I moved the recovered files to my PC and found that every single picture that we had taken was now intact with no signs of corruption. The only thing I could figure is that the file corruption I initially experienced, when I “cut” the pictures from the media card and “pasted” them into a folder, the corruption occurred as a result of the transfer process to the PC.

I have tested and tried numerous file recovery products and most are very good; however, the first option that came to mind, in my moment of desperation, was Recuva. I attribute that to the fact that Piriform, the makers of Recuva, CCleaner, Speccy and Defraggler, are commonly known for their great FREE products.

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Geek Squeaks’ of the Week (#58)

May 5, 2010

If you have an obsession for information technology and computers, then I encourage you to become a regular subscriber of the sites listed below.  To whet your appetite, What’s On My PC randomly selects each week recent articles that have been composed by the authors who are members of the What’s On My PC blogroll.

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Bill Mullin’s Weblog – Tech Thoughts
Be Sure to Visit this SUPER TECH BLOG and Congratulate Bill
for surpassing the 2 Million mark in visits

Internet Security Blog
Malware Infection Economy – Top Selling Products
and Services in Malware Business

Canadian Tech Blogger
Apple Sells Over 1 Million iPads

Mrintech
Best Free Portable Apps Suite with 280+ Apps

TuneUp Blog about Windows
PC Optimization: The Green Way

Technogran’s Tittle Tattle
WordPress.com versus Blogger.com 3

Worthy Tips
Will you pay to watch Youtube video? You should soon

Netbook Freeware
PeaZip: Best Free Compression Tool for Netbook

I Love Free Software
3 Chrome Extensions for Downloading Files from Rapidshare

404 Tech Support
SparkChess – Quality, Free Chess Online

TTC Shelbyville
1.5 million stolen Facebook accounts up for grabs

Snakebytez
PDF OCR – OCR PDF Document to Editable Text

Free PC Security
Malicious Sites May 4

Tech-for Everyone
Click, click, fixed!

Rarst.net
Best and worst computing advice you know?

Lifehacker
Disable Google Chrome’s Location-Aware Browsing

Crazy World
of G HTC Incredible

thePC Security
Top 10 Spamming Country – No, China is Not There

Right On Technology
HP Buys Palm, Hints at WebOS Slate

411-Spyware.com
How to Remove AKM Anitivirus 2010 Pro

Carol’s Vault
Chillout Saturday : DJ River’s “Blue Room” album

Plato Press
Comodo Backup

What’s On My PC
Secure USB Flash Drive

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TuneUp Utilities 2010 License Giveaway

May 3, 2010

To the readers of my blog, make sure you visit Tech-for Everyone and enter for a chance to receive one of the licenses that Tech Paul has available for TuneUp Utilities 2010.  TuneUp Utilities is a very reputable, well known, maintenance utility that is designed to keep your PC in tip top shape.  Do not miss out on this opportunity; AND, while you are at Tech-for Everyone, be sure to browse around.  I will guarantee you that you will learn something NEW!

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To enter the drawing, simply visit Tech-for Everyone [ HERE ] , THEN click on “comment”, and enter a name and valid e-mail in the form. That’s all there is to it…  GOOD LUCK!

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Make An Exact Copy of Your Hard Drive

May 2, 2010

One of the most frustrating moments for any computer user is when your computer has crashed, all else has failed to work, and you forgot to make the restoration CDs (or DVDs) that came with your PC. The restoration CD (or DVD) option is your last ditch solution to fixing your PC when all else has failed. The restoration CDs (or DVDs) typically restore your system back to the day that you purchased it. Some manufacturers’ PCs provide an option to perform (initiate) the restoration process by hitting a key during the computer’s startup that will initiate the restore process by using files stored in a hidden partition on the computer’s hard drive. The restoration process varies from PC manufacturer to manufacturer and if you have a home brewed system, the restoration is typically a reinstall of the operating system using the operating system discs that you purchased. The whole point to this is just that you make sure you have a plan in the event disaster strikes… AND, BELIEVE ME IT WILL !

The problem with the restoration processes provided is that you are in for some work. I’m talking about reinstalling your software, performing your Windows updates, virus/malware software updates, personal customization, bookmarks, emails, etc… Most of the time when you have resorted to a complete restoration or reinstall of the operating system you will lose your valuable data that you may have saved over the months and even years.

One option to avoid all of this, and reduce the workload, is to use disk imaging software and a good external hard drive. Disk Imaging Software is software that you install on your PC and use when your computer is in a healthy state. The disk imaging software is engineered to make a backup (disk image) of an exact representation of your hard drive (or partitions) at the time you perform the imaging process. Don’t be fooled into thinking that your everyday backup software can make an exact copy of your hard drive and partitions. It can’t… The Windows operating system is like a living organism that is constantly evolving and changing when you start it up. Your typical backup software apps are unable to capture those changes. As a matter of fact Windows will not allow you to make a copy of certain critical system files without special software. Your typical backup software is great for backing up your personal files (such as pictures, documents, etc.) and should be used on a daily basis in addition to the imaging software that can be used on a less frequent basis.

As you well know, the What’s On My PC blog specializes in locating FREE software options.  In this case of disk imaging software, the FREE app that I use and recommend is the FREE Edition of Macrium Reflect

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Using Macrium Reflect™ Free Edition you can create an exact image of partitions on your hard disk for easy hard disk upgrade or complete/partial system recovery

Key factors to using imaging software, such as Macrium Reflect, is that when you perform the backup of your system it is critical that your system is in a healthy state and that you have an external source (with sufficient space) to store the image file.  Even though Macrium Reflect offers other backup media options to CD or DVD media, I suggest you use an external drive. Besides, the external drive will serve you in performing your normal daily backups.

Another important factor to using Macrium Reflect is that the first thing you should do is create a Rescue CD. This option is available in the Macrium Reflect software under the “Other Options” menu selection. The rescue CD is used to boot your computer and restore your computer from the image file when disaster occurs.

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For FREE imaging software, Macrium Reflect is a great option for home-based users and is comparable in performance and appearance with that of its’ commercial counterparts. Macrium Reflect is also regularly updated to meet the needs of the ever changing Windows operating system.

Features of the FREE Edition of Macrium Reflect:

Absolutely free! No strings! The only free XP, Vista and Windows 7 compatible disk imaging software with BartPEand Linux based recovery options.

  • Create a disk image whilst running Windows using Microsoft Volume Shadow copy Service (VSS).
  • Image to Network, USB, FireWire drives and DVD.
  • Built in scheduler.
  • 32 bit and native 64 bit versions.
  • Industry leading compression levels and speed.
  • Linux based Rescue CD with Network access and full GUI. Only 6.5MB in size!
  • Built in CD/DVD packet writing engine. Supports packet writing to DVD DL media with Windows Vista.
  • HTML log files.

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