Boot Disk

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Boot Disk

Any storage disk one can use to load and run an operating system or a program on a computer. Historically, the most common boot disks have been floppy disks and CD-ROMs. Increasingly, however, flash drives are being used instead.
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Consumers can receive the bootable disk free of charge if ordering within 60 days of purchase of the corresponding Symantec Macintosh product.
New EaseUS Partition Master keeps all the features of the previous version as well, such as resize/move partition, clone disk and partition, convert dynamic disk to basic disk, convert FAT to NTFS, create bootable disk, etc.
An Emergency Recovery capability that enables users to create a bootable disk with vital information about their computer's configuration in the event of a system crash.