RollBack XP 1.0 Build 201408111359

RollBack XP

RollBack XP is a comprehensive system recovery software developed specifically for Windows XP. Unlike Windows built-in system restore feature, RollBack XP restores the entire contents of your hard drive not just Windows system files. RollBack XP makes recovering from any PC disaster simple and lightning fast. It uses our patented sector-mapping technology to take “snapshots” of the entire system in seconds. (this includes the operating system, personal data, registry...) and stores it at the sector level of the hard drive. This makes it able to instantly “rollback” to any of these snapshots within seconds. RollBack XP will help you to restore your machine from virus infections, malware attacks, BSOD or even from a software failure or corrupted operating system.

The recent end of life of Windows XP support has resulted in the OS being not able to receive updates from Microsoft. This can result Windows XP to being vulnerable to many virus attacks and software failures. Horizon DataSys developed RollBack XP for the sole purpose of protecting Windows XP users whether it is for Personal or Enterprise use.

RollBack XP functions the same ways Horizon DataSys's RollBack RX. RollBack XP is able to take snapshots of the system within seconds, and can roll back within Windows or pre-boot, depending on the user's preference or situation.

With RollBack XP, it is now possible to protect XP machines indefinitely without worrying about virus infections or software failures. Just RollBack.

Features for a better, worry-free, computing experience:

  • Go back to any previous point in time within seconds.
  • Go back minutes, hours, days, weeks, or even months -- to any previous snapshot.
  • Does not affect computer performance,  uses minimal system resources
  • Supports up to 10 snapshots
  • Creates a complete system snapshot without having to restart the system
  • Reverse any system crash within seconds (even if Windows can't startup)
  • Back out of any failed program and OS updates and, botched updates etc.
  • Recover from any malware or virus attack within seconds
  • Works with VMWare and Virtual Machines, both as a host or within the virtual machine as a client
  • Lock snapshots to prevent automated deletions
  • Intuitive GUI based snapshot manager - manage snapshot resources
  • Explore, browse and retrieve files and folders from any snapshot.  Drag and drop them into your active system.
  • Roll backward as well as forward to any available system snapshot
  • Allows users to safely test any software. Fast, 100% complete uninstaller
  • Retrieve files from a crashed PC, even if Windows cannot boot
  • Access control - manage levels of multiple user and administrative privileges.
  • Manually take snapshot on demand
  • Automatically schedule snapshots to be taken on a fixed schedule or upon execution of specific files (ie. setup.exe)

Download: RollBack XP 1.0 Build 201408111359 | 14.8 MB (Freeware)
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Most of the people I know who have left XP in the last year or so have gone to Android tablets or iPads. They simply realise what they were doing on their old XP machine was mostly just browsing the web or writing a doc etc, something you can do on a tablet.

Those others I know still on XP will use that computer till it dies, they simply can't/won't get a new computer. While they still use it, I won't turn down their requests for help.

Good move. It is quite arrogant of anyone to look down on people still running XP computers. We still get some XP machines in for service. We install Sandboxie, and either Chrome or Firefox (with the customer's permission) to replace unsupported IE8, at no extra charge. We let them know that when the PC finally dies, if they choose, we will help them find a replacement they can afford.

Some people still can't really afford a license for 7 or 8. Especially in this country, where the prices of Win7 licenses are still exactly the same as they were back in 09 when 7 came out, which is a little over $150. That's really not cheap for someone whose monthly paycheck is barely over $300.

My Dad was facing this very issue, then someone at their church gave them a Toshiba Windows 7 Laptop(about 3 years old).

xrobwx said,
My Dad was facing this very issue, then someone at their church gave them a Toshiba Windows 7 Laptop(about 3 years old).

Facing what issue?

The issue of being on XP, and not being able to afford a new computer. The "new" laptop is one of the computers I'm testing 360 on.

Bonfire said,
There is absolutely no excuse to be using XP anymore.

And their is absolutely no good reason to attack anyone because they continue to use xp.

Gornot said,
Some people still can't really afford a license for 7 or 8.

I see second hand shops and flea markets practically giving away old Vista and 7 computers (and many places do give them away), even on eBay you can get one for next to nothing, there are some listed right now for less than $25 buy it now. Windows 7 itself isn't expensive on ebay either.

Bonfire said,

I see second hand shops and flea markets practically giving away old Vista and 7 computers (and many places do give them away), even on eBay you can get one for next to nothing, there are some listed right now for less than $25 buy it now. Windows 7 itself isn't expensive on ebay either.

$25 is still a lot of money when you live in such an awful country. Trust me, if there was a way, people would do it. eBay practically doesn't exist here, Amazon either... Hell, even PayPal took ages to support our country, and that's only because our national bank is ******* corrupted as hell and the government just don't want us to buy crap online as opposed to overpaying in local shops - they can't tax online sales, basically, or rather, don't know how, so they just discourage it completely.

I have two PCs in my little shop, one running 7 and one running 8.1
And every time someone asks me to reinstall XP for them because its gotten slow and unbearable to work with, I show them both newer versions and state the facts about XP, then offer to upgrade them to a newer OS.

Most people don't really know what to think about 8.1 when they see the Start Screen, but I offer to add some tweaks to make it look more like 7 (StartIsBack and a couple of tools to restore 7's Explorer look) - when they realize how much faster 8.1 boots up and gets to the desktop they always choose 8.1

Mind you, many of them have slower computers, sometimes just godawful GPUs, so running 7 with Aero would be cumbersome - I always recommend what I think it's best for their old machine, and in 99% of the case, it's going to be 8.1

Haven't had a single complaint about it so far. One guy actually called me back a few days later and asked me to remove the StartIsBack trial because he liked the Start Screen and the apps.

Suum Cuique, but seriously, holding onto XP just because you're "used to it" is unreasonable an only 1% sticks to it even after I explain that it's not safe to use anymore.

I have some customers on XP and even though I would rather have them on 7 or higher I don't discriminate either. It is there choice and risk to be honest. I fix the problems and make some money.

On the other side I have convinced several to jump to Windows 7 at minimum so I have very few with XP

flynempire said,
I have some customers on XP and even though I would rather have them on 7 or higher I don't discriminate either. It is there choice and risk to be honest. I fix the problems and make some money.

On the other side I have convinced several to jump to Windows 7 at minimum so I have very few with XP


I also have Win XP customers, who have there own reasons, for using XP. I will support them and help them, if say 7 is an option that they are willing to look into, i advise them as best i can so everything works for them. Quality over quantity.

I do not discriminate on people who want their computer fixed who are running XP. I will not refuse to fix it as some members have said they would.

Think of it this way, since most techs would shy away from dealing with XP, the person who implements this with his XP-clinging clients can rake in a bit of extra income in service /retainer fees.

Don't be a hater, there's absolutely nothing wrong with someone continuing to use windows xp from now until the end of all things, they prefer xp so let them have it, what business is it of yours?

Order_66 said,
Don't be a hater, there's absolutely nothing wrong with someone continuing to use windows xp from now until the end of all things, they prefer xp so let them have it, what business is it of yours?

Many of those haters are paid/brainwashed to say bad things and use scare tactics.

Order_66 said,
there's absolutely nothing wrong with someone continuing to use windows xp from now until the end of all things

Apart from the fact that computers running XP are more likely to become part of a botnet that are either used to send spam, DDoS websites or hack other PCs.

Ace said,

Apart from the fact that computers running XP are more likely to become part of a botnet that are either used to send spam, DDoS websites or hack other PCs.


Yes because all XP machines out there are part of a botnet and there is no such thing as a botnet on any machines running vista or newer.


/s

Thrackerzod said,
Do they have RollBack DOS too? Sorry but if you're still using XP at this point you deserve whatever you get.

May i ask why you said "at this point you deserve whatever you get". Doesn't that sound a little childish or quite silly. If you were using XP and someone told you that, wouldn't you react differently. I will fix any pc that comes my way, and i never say "at this point you deserve whatever you get" as that is again a silly remark.

soldier1st said,

May i ask why you said "at this point you deserve whatever you get". Doesn't that sound a little childish or quite silly. If you were using XP and someone told you that, wouldn't you react differently. I will fix any pc that comes my way, and i never say "at this point you deserve whatever you get" as that is again a silly remark.

a few days ago a friend asked me to fix his mom's windows xp pc, and i reinstalled xp on it, but then we found out that chrome or opera wouldnt install, "because of the pc's specs", firefox would run slow as hell and only opera 12.17 could run descent, then we found out the pc was too old to work smoothly with most of today's websites, especially youtube

so we came to the conclusion that the pc is old and his mom needs a new one

im not saying that there can be a good 4gb ddr3 windows xp machine, but thats extremely rare, usually people who still have xp have archaic pc's, so his statement is kind of correct, now xp is holding progress back, because developers have to take in mind old pc's, which, apparently, they do less and less

Thrackerzod said,
Do they have RollBack DOS too? Sorry but if you're still using XP at this point you deserve whatever you get.

unlike you not everyone wants to upgrade so give it a rest