FarStone’s TotalRecovery™ 7 Express is a “Green Application” that provides complete PC backup recovery with no installation required. Simply restart your system and boot into the TotalRecovery™ 7 Express built-in operating system to backup or restore your entire system or files. TotalRecovery™ Express is fast, easy and leaves no imprint on your hard drive!
#1 Instant backup (disk imaging) recovery with no installation required
Seamlessly upgrade to a new hard drive or migrate to a new PC
Retrieve files from a crashed system with the built-in Recovery Manager
Powerful Universal Restore function restores to dissimilar hardware
Go Green! No installation!
•Easily Migrate your HDD to SSD!
Clone everything, including your personal files, Windows system files and all applications on your current hard drive to a Solid State Drive (SSD) in just one click.
•Upgrade your Hard drive in a click!
If your current hard drive isn’t big enough, TotalRecovery™ 7 Express makes it easy to migrate all of your data, applications, and even your Operating System to a bigger device!
•Universal Restore/Dissimilar Restore
Restore to original or different computer (i.e. migrate to a newly purchased computer), or even to a virtual machine without any hassle.
•Unique Total File Shredder™ included – securely remove data from outside of Windows
When it does become necessary to completely remove files (i.e, handing a PC off to a new user), any tool used in Windows still leaves traces on your drive – and tracing software can easily be hidden. FarStone’s unique Total File Shredder™ is compliant to the US DoD 5220.22-M Standard and securely deletes all traces of sensitive data (such as confidential emails, legal documents, financial data, etc.) from outside of the Windows environment.
•Windows XP, Vista, Windows 2000, and Windows 7 (Both 32-64 Bit Supported)
•Windows 2000 Server, Windows 2003 Server, and Windows 2008 (Both 32-64 Bit Supported)
•Windows Small Business Server (Both 32-64 Bit Supported)
•Linux & Unix
Supported File Systems
•FAT16/32, NTFS, Linux Ext2/Ext3, ReiserFS, Linux Swap and other unknown partitions