Smart Computer: Self-restoring System

By: Ivan Abramovsky

That's a well-known fact: the Windows operating system becomes unstable with time. It regularly freezes, acquires a lot of useless functions and trash in the registry. Specialists recommend reinstalling Windows from scratch not less than once a year. Most users think of reinstalling Windows as a long, routine process usually accompanied by formatting the hard disk. Generally, that's the way it is - if you do it manually and in an old-fashioned way. It's the 21st century already and it's high time to forget about manual routine work and data loss! Delegate Windows reinstallation to a professional in the field of automating software installation - Almeza MultiSet! Almeza Company announces the release of Almeza MultiSet Unattended Installation, version 4.5, well-known and highly acclaimed automatic installing software that has already saved many years worth of time to thousands of system administrators and ordinary users around the world.

Almeza MultiSet Unattended Installation is a simple and most convenient solution for anyone who has to repeatedly install Windows OS and/or different applications on one computer or simultaneously on several computers. The work of Almeza MultiSet results in a distribution package ready for the automatic Windows and software installation. Besides, Almeza MultiSet can create bootable CDs/DVDs. Such disks can be used as a rescue means after a system crash. To completely restore the system, you will only have to insert such a disk into the CD/DVD drive. The system will be restored in less than 30 minutes! With Almeza MultiSet, reinstalling Windows will no longer scare you. Get busy with your own interesting things during the automatic installation and enjoy the automation! Almeza MultiSet Unattended Installation Benefits at a Glance:
&bullRebuild Windows without losing data or reinstalling software; &bullCreate a bootable unattended installation CD/DVD
&bullFull optimization of program installation;
&bullRemote installation software;

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