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|Software Version||Release Date||Size|
|FirstDefense Rescue Lite 188.8.131.523||Apr 13, 2010||0.00 B|
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FirstDefense Rescue Lite Description
FirstDefense-Rescue Lite is an Instant PC Recovery solution that enables PC users to immediately restore their system in the event of a failed system or if critical software becomes corrupted. With First Defense PC Rescue, system recovery is almost immediate. What happens if you get the infamous BSoD (Blue screen of Death) and cannot open Windows? Even if Windows can not boot up, or if an application fails, complete recovery begins with a simple reboot.
Advanced users can also use the RESCUE area as a "sandbox" in which to test applications or other system changes. Simply boot to the RESCUE area and try the change. When done testing, boot back to the ORIGINAL area and refresh, with the Copy/Update command, to remove the changes made to the RESCUE area.
Once you are in the RESCUE area, you can continue to work. At the same time, you can copy the RESCUE area back to the ORIGINAL area. This will clean out any viruses, root kits, spyware, phish-ware, key loggers, etc. that caused you to abandon the ORIGINAL area. When finished, you can return to the ORIGINAL area.
First Defense PC Rescue offers virtually uninterrupted system access and enhances productivity, as it significantly reduces the time to recover a failed system. This enables you to quickly repair system crashes, rather than spend time on rebuilding. Anchor folders such as My Documents so that the files remain persistent even when recovering to a rescue area.
First Defense PC Rescue is engineered to protect against software failures, and enable users to quickly recover to a preconfigured rescue point.