With this all-in-one kit that fits in a USB you can try to automatically repair any Windows PC

Technology News

As Murphy’s laws say, “if something can go wrong, it will probably go wrong.” A few things apply as well to a computer, probably to the printer, but that’s another story. If something can go wrong with Windows, it sure will happen at some point , and if you ever find yourself facing a failure that you’re not sure how to solve, maybe some help will come in handy.

All in One System Rescue Toolkit gives you a hand in that. It is a toolkit designed to repair your computer and automatically solve most of the Windows problems that are most common, without having to know much about computing. It is something that we can try to rescue the system before deciding to format.

AIO-SRT was created by a computer technician accustomed to repairing computers at all times. While he knows that there are many discs of this style specialized in tool to solve problems (surely someone remembers the Hirens Boot), it seems that many offered too many things, and more than one application that does the same.

So, he created a repair environment full of utilities for Windows that would allow him to reduce the amount of things he has in hand and do all the tasks automatically without having to remember them by heart or keep a list. AIO-SRT is a Live-CD, like a Linux distro. That is to say that the user must create a boot disk either on an old CD or on a USB disk.

If you insert your Live CD into a Windows computer, it will execute a long list of utilities that analyze different parts of the system and look for solutions. With the autoFIX tool maintenance tasks are performed automatically, hardware is tested and optimized, malware is removed, and Windows repair operations are checked at the same time.

This disk works with all versions of Windows from XP to Windows 10. It is a very powerful tool and although it is focused on technicians, it is quite easy to use. However, for those newbies there is a Lite version called AIO-SRT Lite , this is even simpler and does not require creating a disk, just run it from Windows.

Written by suNCh8

Leave a Reply