PCWin Recovery Suite 5.0.3
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What's new in PCWin Recovery Suite 5.0.3:
- This update includes:
- Configuration file
- added support for storing registration in a configuration fileNew installer
- adds shortcut to create PCWin Recovery boot creator
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- 137 MB
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You are given the freedom to reset any local Windows password including the one owned by the administrator. There’s also support for an undo feature that gives you the possibility to roll back any changes made to your system.
User interfaceThe GUI looks clean and simple. You may choose between two options: create a recovery bootable CD/DVD or USB. Each bootable mode comes with its own set of configuration settings.
A help manual is revealed in the main window that reveals information about the program’s key capabilities and configuration process.
Creating a recovery bootable CD/DVD and USB flash drivePCWin Recovery Suite lets you select the ISO file from your computer that is burned onto a new CD/DVD. In addition, you are allowed to select the device, verify data, automatically eject the device at the end of the task, as well as adjust the speed.
When it comes to generating a USB flash drive, you are allowed to select the device, specify the capacity, pick the file system, choose the cluster size, enter the new volume label, check device for bad blocks, enable the quick format mode, create a bootable disk using an ISO image from your computer, as well as generate label and icon files. A log also reveals information about all your actions and possible errors.
Bottom lineAll things considered, PCWin Recovery Suite provides a handy suite of features for helping you reset Windows passwords and recover drivers and keys.
PCWin Recovery Suite was reviewed by Ana Marculescu, last updated on December 22nd, 2014
Runs on: Windows 2K / XP / XP 64 bit / Vista / Vista 64 bit / 7 / 7 64 bit / 2003 / 2008 / NT