Active Boot Disk is a complete and working computer operating system on a CD / DVD / USB drive. Active Boot Disk does not change the operating system installed on the computer hard disk. It includes a large number of tools to turn on the computer and fix the startup, computer configuration, and system administration issues.
The ability to start a computer without a computer for full access
After boot up successfully, boot disks can be uninstalled from the system
Start from a CD, DVD or USB flash drive (the appropriate BIOS settings are required)
Multiple downloads or binary upload functions (DOS + Windows)
Anti-virus installation manual
Boot Disk has a user-friendly interface Active Boot Disk Crack allows you to specify the boot options
Allows you to add drives, scripts, and other user files
Rescue software saves deleted files or restores data from deleted or damaged parts
Data backup and restore capability (Disk Image)
Creating, deleting, and formatting parts of the hard disk drive, as well as most USB drives
Restore deleted items by using the automated division or the Low Disk Editor software
An administrator account, including Windows, is a utility for recovering user passwords
Supports: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5, NTFS + EFS; search of deleted files; all kinds of Flash memory cards; Compressed, encrypted, and crashed files on NTFS, IDE / SATA / SSD / SCSI disks
Disable and disable the DoD-compatible disc.