With our lives becoming so dependent on technology, it’s hardly any wonder that many of us end up spending far too much time trying to resolve problems which should be quick and easy to fix.
For example, if your computer won’t boot up, there are only a few things you can try under normal circumstances. You might try the startup repair feature, but it often doesn’t make much of a difference, if any. The last-resort option usually involves resetting the device to factory defaults after temporarily moving over the hard drive to another computer to copy over any important data. But computers which refuse to start up aside, there are countless other daily challenges that we come across regularly. Other common issues include the security of data when selling or donating a computer. Or, one of the most common issues of all – accidental data deletion due to emptying the recycle bin or formatting a storage device.
Fortunately, Active@ Boot Disk can help you solve all these problems. It’s a complete suite of applications designed for diagnosing and repairing your computer as well as securely erasing data or recovering lost partitions or files. It greatly extends upon the very limited capabilities of the simple tools included in Windows and other operating systems, and it’s also easy to use for beginners. Most importantly, Active@ Boot Disk runs in its own operating system, completely independently of your primary one. The latest edition, Version 15, launched on October 18, 2019, provides an overhauled operating environment based on the familiar WinPE (Windows Preinstallation) interface. It’s now up to date in accordance with Windows 10 1903 to provide a familiar user experience. Other improvements in this update include full support for SATA and PCI-Express NVMe M.2 solid state drives. The Boot Disk Creator has also been designed to enhance usability, and all of the latest tools and applications are included.
Protect and recover your data
If you have ever emptied the recycle bin, deleted a hard drive partition or formatted a drive and realized moments later you accidentally deleted important files, then you know what data loss feels like. Fortunately, none of these common computer actions are final, contrary to widespread belief. That’s because none of these actions actually delete the contents of the original file; they only make the previously occupied space available to other data. The included Active@ File Recovery 19 and Active@ Partition Recovery 19 exploit that opportunity by giving you the best chance possible of getting back what you’ve lost. However, if that’s not your goal, and instead you want to securely delete data so that no prying eyes will ever be able to get their hands on it, then you can use Active@ KillDisk 12 to overwrite it with zeros. Another useful application included in the package is Active@ Password Changer 10, which allows you to regain access to locked local accounts on machines running Windows.