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restore

To return a structure to its original appearance,although the use of modern and updated materials may be employed.

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Enhanced user backup capabilities, including optimized data transfer, management of restore points, and compression of virtual hard disks to improve performance and disk utilization.
Improves Scalability and Performance; Includes New Architecture, Full-Text Searching and Restore Points
Important Features at a Glance: -- Software starts direct from CD, with no prior installation required -- Windows User Interface with full mouse support -- O&O EventViewer to display system events -- O&O RegEdit to edit the registry database -- O&O UserManager to apply, delete and change users and passwords -- O&O SystemRecovery to activate System Restore Points under Windows XP -- Integrated Web Browser -- O&O DeviceManager to delete, change or add drivers -- Checkdisk function to monitor the hard disk -- O&O SystemInformation for detailed system information -- O&O FileExplorer for all important file operations -- Network support selectable at any time System Requirements and Versions
By combining the speed and reliability of the CLARiiON AX150 and AX150i networked storage systems with the performance, multiple restore points, and support for most tape drives (including AES-encryption for tapes) of Retrospect for Windows backup and recovery software, an SMB can get data protection capability equal to the value of their data to their business.
Personalization Rollback: Automatically saves snapshots of profiles for future restore points, and transparently delivers rolled-back application settings to users in real-time.
Up to 64 point-in-time data restore points can be created per volume, allowing quick restores of deleted or corrupted data.
Use of restore points as a backup plan in case of faulty drivers
QuickShadow copies only changed data, allowing more frequent restore points for faster resumption of service with minimal storage requirements.
Previous backups can be overwritten with each new backup or multiple backups can be maintained with dated restore points for easy retrieval.
Users can set restore points for daily, weekly, or startup increments to automatically safeguard their data.
Option 1: Microsoft([R]) System Restore - Returns your system to previous settings by accessing system restore points that were automatically created and saved on the hard drive.