RollBack Rx 10.2 Build 2699380749

RollBack Rx is a robust system restore utility that enables home users and IT professionals to easily restore a PC to a time before certain events occurred. In essence, it turns your PC into a Instant Time Machine. Regardless of what happens to your PC your can quickly and easily restore your PC to a previous time. Making it easy to rescue you from any PC disaster - saving time, money and PC trouble.

Windows System Restore only restores Windows system files and some program files. In addition, if Windows crashes to a point were Windows itself can not boot up (ie. BSOD*) you would not be able to access your Windows System Restore points. In contrast, the RollBack Rx technology works at the sector level of the hard drive and restores everything! - right down to the last byte of data. It sits below Windows. So even if Windows crashes, there’s a sub-console (mini OS) that boots prior to windows. This allows you to access Rollback Rx and go back to a point in time when your system was working trouble-free.

What's new in this version:

  • Fixed Windows 8 / 8.1 and update 1 hibernation problems
  • Fixed critical problem caused by Microsoft DDK 7600 compiler's incompatibility with the aforementioned systems
  • By Default "setup" the sub-system screen is shown
  • Changed the setup to NOT protect Windows system reserve partitions and any other hidden partitions

Download: RollBack Rx 10.2 Build 2699380749 | 21.1 MB (Shareware)
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Reading the "what's new" section makes it painfully obvious that having third-party software try to integrate their system utilities deep into the OS (or skip it entirely) is generally a bad idea. The instant MS changes anything, your software breaks.

So, ummm, no thanks. If my system is truly ####ed, I might as well blow it away and restore it from a backup.