A comprehensive and reliable application that enables you to create a boot disc or ISO file to help you clean your system within minutes
|Updated||Feb 3rd 2018|
Symantec N/A N/A
|Crack Size||1 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10|
As implied by its name, Norton Bootable Recovery Tool is a lightweight software application that can automatically create a bootable disc.
This type of program is recommended when you want to take a safety measure, in case your operating system starts experiencing issues and needs to be reinstalled. In this case, a bootable disc is the first step you need to take towards fixing this problem.
The interface of the application is clean and intuitive. Norton Bootable Recovery Tool has four features available that allow you to create a CD/DVD media disc, ISO file or USB key with bootable data, as well as to update the USB key definitions.
So, you can create any of these items by specifying the location and language. Optionally, you can add 32-bit drivers. Unfortunately, Norton Bootable Recovery Tool Crack does not support 64-bit drivers. During the disc creation procedure, you can check out a progress bar on the current and all tasks (checking, downloading and processing updates, adding files, creating disc).
The straightforward program runs on a moderate amount of CPU and system memory, has a good response time, quickly finishes a task and includes a help file. We have not encountered any issues during our evaluation; Norton Bootable Recovery Tool did not freeze, crash or pop up error dialogs. Thanks to the wizard-like layout, first-time users can seamlessly navigate this app.
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