Start Button Main Menu

The Active@ Boot Disk Start button is the central launching point for applications, utilities and support documentation. To access one of the applications or utilities, click the Start button . A menu will appear containing shortcuts to applications, utilities and documentation under the following headings:

Data backup, data recovery and data security programs that allow you to:
  • Backup or restore physical and logical hard drives, including folders, data files and installed applications. Use an ISO disk image or burn files to a CD or DVD. Protect your valuable data by regularly making backups
  • Recover data from deleted or damaged partitions on attached or external drives, portable drives and memory cards
  • Recover data from damaged or deleted files or folders
  • Reset password and user accounts on your system
  • View and edit disk sector content in raw format
  • Securely erase data from hard drives in a way that it is impossible to restore the data
  • Wipe data from unused clusters on a regular basis to make your drive's deleted or temporary data unavailable to intruders.
  • Monitor the reliability status of your local hard drives to help prevent data loss due to hard drive failure.
Network Tools
Network operations utilities to map network drives, view network status, renew your computer IP-address or connect to a remote desktop
Monitor the physical status of your hard drives, create, delete and format drive partitions; copy move and delete files and folders and edit registry parameters. Allow menus and dialogs to display in local languages and change the keyboard layout. Search for and display registry details. Also make calculations, notes and graphics about actions that you have done or need to do
Run system utilities like Windows Task Manager, Partition Manager and Check Disk. Run commands in a DOS environment. View/edit BCD (Bootable Configuration Data) entries. Also, display system information, change the display resolution and color mode
Internet Tools
Run Internet browser to explore the Internet, send emails and download files from a FTP site or use Telnet client to connect to a Telnet server
Console Tools
Run command line tools, like Command Prompt, DiskPart, FTP Client and more...
User guides and manuals included with Active@ Boot Disk
User Programs
Shortcuts created by users will be placed here as well as on a Desktop. If you store customized configuration to the USB disk while shutting down the system, the configuration will be restored with your next boot