What are the differences between the Windows and the DOS editions of Active@ Boot Disk? Emergency Repair Disks

Active@ Boot Disk Windows edition offers enhanced and increased functionality over the previous DOS edition. We highly recommend you to try Active@ Boot Disk Windows edition. The editions have different user interface and different, Windows or DOS, booting operating system.

Active@ Boot Disk (Windows Edition) Active Boot Disk (DOS Edition)

Active@ Boot Disk Windows edition can boot a system into a Windows lite environment. This provides a graphical user interface allowing use of the keyboard and mouse. Key component programs and additional utilities are included such as:

  • Active@ File Recovery
  • Active@ Partition Recovery
  • Active@ KillDisk
  • Active@ Disk Image
  • Active@ Password Changer
  • Active@ Hex Editor
  • Active@ CD/DVD Data Burner

Additional utilities include:

  • Map Network Drive
  • Remote Desktop Connection
  • Web browser
  • FTP Client
  • Telnet Client
  • Netcfg
  • Partition Manager (Diskpart)
  • File Explorer
  • Task Manager
  • Drvload
  • Notepad
  • Command Prompt shell

Active@ Boot Disk DOS edition can boot a system into DOS mode. This provides a character based DOS screen allowing you to use the keyboard arrows to select the component you wish to run. The various components are:

  • Active@ UNERASER
  • Active@ Partition Recovery
  • Active@ KillDisk
  • Active@ Disk Image
  • Active@ Password Changer
  • Active@ NTFS Reader

Each component runs in DOS mode which has low memory requirements convenient for systems with little RAM.

 

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