Active@ Boot Disk (part of Data Studio)
Active@ Boot Disk is a complete and functioning computer operating system on CD/DVD/USB disk. You simply insert a boot disk into your computer, and reboot.
While a live CD does not modify the operating system already installed on a computer's hard drive, it includes many tools to boot up a computer and fix most startup, PC configuration, and system management problems.
Active@ Boot Disk is based on lightweight Windows 8, SP1 (WinPE 5.1) operating system environment and supports 64-bit (x64) .
It contains disk image, data recovery, password resetting, data erasure, network access tools and system utilities.
Active@ Boot Disk is a custom configured system.
Necessary drivers and scripts can be installed.
One may add an alternate language keyboard layout.
Boots both UEFI x64 secure boot systems & legacy BIOS machines.
Last Updates (updated to version 10 on May 19, 2015)
- New software included: Active@ BCD Editor (runs only from Boot Disk) - allows to view & edit PC bootable configuration, restoring Windows partition bootable.
- Active@ Boot Disk switched to Windows 8.1 base (WinPE 5.1) and 64-bit architecture (x64).
It includes all Active@ 64-bit software performing much faster on x64 platforms & optimizing RAM usage.
- Professional version includes Active@ Boot Disk with many additional packages (WMI, .NET Framework 4.5 and more) installed, and
(PowerShell, BitLocker, …).
- Read more on Active@ Boot Disk 10 new features
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Active@ Data Studio 10 for Windows
- Corporate License - for commercial use. With a Corporate License the company can use the program in a business, academic, or government environment.
- Enterprise License - for large corporations and enterprises. It means that you can use software without of any limitations at all company's offices and branches (worldwide).
- Site License means that you can use software without of any limitations at one company's office (one physical location).
- Software Delivery
- Open Programs and Features by clicking the Start button Picture of the Start button
- Click on Control Panel, then Programs, and Programs and Features.
- Select a program, and then click Uninstall.
Read more: How to uninstall a program?