No Need to Cry Over Lost Data Ever With Rollback Rx

By: Jacob Henderson

Rollback Rx is the best system restore software to restore all your data back to you in minutes. File Recovery is a task that most computer users dread. After all, who wants to lose hours of hard work to an unexpected software failure or a virus attack? Rollback Rx lets you rollback to PC restore to the minute when your system failed you.

Rollback Rx Lets You Recover Files

Even if you have deleted a file by mistake, you can retrieve it. If you want to see the earlier version of a file you have changed, you can do so. Rollback Rx's professional version lets you extricate the file from another snapshot of your system without the necessity of restoring computer to that snapshot. Because Rollback Rx is extremely flexible, you can look for a particular file, a file type or a directory within the snapshot. Then you can move the files to another location or restore them to the original location.

Suppose you have made changes to a file that you would like to undo, you can use Rollback Rx to revert the file to its earlier version without the changes from a range of snapshots, which may contain this file. What if you don't remember the name of the folder or file you want to recover? You can still browse the snapshot as virtual drives and then choose the file or folder to recover from the browse window. Rollback Rx provides virtual drives for the snapshot and then displays the drives just like you see in Windows Explorer. After you browse the virtual drives, you can choose the file or folder you want to retrieve.

The Snapshot Principle

Rollback Rx's very first snapshot of your system after you install it is the baseline. This could be the base configuration of your computer. Various snapshots would have been taken in the course of installing many programs and adding data. But sometimes, to fix computer problems, you might feel like doing a PC restore back to the original state in which your computer was. The baseline reset lets you restore computer settings to this baseline, which is the foundation for all succeeding snapshots. If you want to update this baseline after say, a system upgrade involving operating system change or new service packs, you can update the earlier baseline to the baseline corresponding to the most recent system configuration. Rollback Rx has a detailed logging system, which keeps track of all the program activities so that you can use the data for troubleshooting or for system management. This is especially useful when there are software failures, when you would like to analyze the cause of the problem.

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