Active@ Disk Image 4.0.4

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Active@ Disk Image - a PC backup solution for an entire computer or any sets of PC disks, including OS, applications and user files. A disk image may be stored on a USB drive, network storage, burned directly to CD/DVD/BR discs, etc...

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
LSoft Technologies Inc.
Price:
$39
File size:
10.67 Mb
Date added:
April 29, 2010
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Description from the Publisher
Active@ Disk Image - a PC backup solution for an entire computer or any sets of PC disks, including operating system, applications and user files. A backup disk image may be stored on a USB drive, network storage, burned directly to CD/DVD/BR discs, or kept on any other media. In case of computer failure, a backup image may be used to recover your computer system or find & restore any necessary files from within an image.
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