What is 1-Click Restore
Every serious computer user needs
a system disaster recovery strategy to
recover from a system crash which could
happen at any minute. The current popular
system disaster recovery strategy is the
1. Use a system backup software such as
Norton Ghost to periodically backup system
to backup images.
2. Store the images on an external drive.
3. Create a bootable recovery CD/DVD disc.
4. In the event of system crash, boot from
the recovery disc, find the external
drive and restore the backup images to
recover the computer.
1-Click Restore streamlines
the current popular disaster recovery
strategy from several steps to 1 click. Based on Eazy
Image disk imaging technology, 1-Click
restore silently and continuously creates and updates a backup
of your Windows system in a backup
partition. In the case you need to restore
your system, you can access the system
backup images by pressing a hotkey, embedded
in the partition tables, during
startup. 1-Click Restore, the system
recovery for dummies.
1-Click Restore Features
- Multi-language interface support
- Support Windows 2000, XP, Vista and
- Easy to setup and easy to configure.
- Backup system without interrupting your
work in progress
- Compressed and encrypted backup images
- Automatic backup using scheduled
- Open backup image as virtual drives
for file recovery
- Partition table embedded boot menu
for restore system when Windows O.S.
fails to boot.
- Detailed event logs
1-Click Restore Highlights
Setup and forget it
- Setup 1-Click Restore and take an initial
5 minutes to configure the program, then you
can forget about it. 1-Click Restore will do
the reset day after day.
Real-time Complete System Backup
- All your applications remain online during
the system backup backup. 1-Click Restore performs
hot backup and protects your system without
interrupting your working process.
Easy and Fast System Restore -
The name 1-Click restore says it all. Anyone
who can read can restore his/her computer
system from disaster.
Restore from total system failure
- Not just restore from software glitches or
file corruptions, 1-Click Restore is
still there even if you have a total Windows