Comodo Time Machine 2.9.161985.187 Beta / 2.8.155286.178
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What's new in Comodo Time Machine 2.9.161985.187 Beta:
- FIXED! Installation fails with error “Comodo Time Machine can not initialize operating system information”.
- FIXED! System can not boot if a protected disk is removed.
- FIXED! More than 50 GUI bugs.
- FIXED! More than 20 bugs in ctmcmd.exe.
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- Comodo Inc
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The software can create a series of snapshots of the system (which are complete images of the documents, installed applications and system settings) and enable you to revert it to one of these safe points if anything goes wrong.
Designed with ease of use in mind, the program does not pose any problem even to beginner users. Its interface is clean and well-organized, enabling you to view all the available snapshots, create new ones and restore the system with just a few clicks.
At installation, a baseline snapshot is automatically generated, but you can create as many system images as you want and lock them to prevent modifications. One advantage is that the snapshots don't use up much disk space. If you want to be extra safe, you can use the scheduling option to take snapshots periodically, so you don't have to do this manually.
Another interesting feature is the pre-boot console, designed to help you restore your system before Windows starts. This comes in handy if you did something that prevents your computer from booting.
Using the 'Recover Files' section, you can restore a previous version of a file, without having to restore the whole system. An alternative is to 'mount' the snapshot, which allows you to browse it as if it was a separate hard drive and copy the files you need to your PC.
In order to avoid data loss, the application enables you to synchronize folders or files with a snapshot version. This way, the selected files are not changed after the restore process.
Combining simplicity with powerful features, Comodo Time Machine is an application that can be used by software testers and developers to perform system rollback to a previous working state. It can be used to fix problems without having to re-install Windows and create restore points to make sure that the computer is working properly at any time.
Comodo Time Machine was reviewed by Mihaela Citea, last updated on December 22nd, 2012
Runs on: Windows XP / XP 64 bit / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 2003 / 2008
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