Restore Your Entire System Including Every File on Your Hard Drive


Sometimes our systems may be affected by virus or unexpected crash and at that time accidentally files may get deleted. So restoring your system back to its original stable position with all the exact same files which are present on your hard drive is easy now with Comodo Time Machine.

Comodo Time Machine (CTM) is a powerful system rollback utility that allows users to quickly restore their computers to an earlier point in time. CTM ‘snapshots’ are a complete record of your entire system (including the registry, critical operating system files and user created documents).

This highly configurable system restore application that takes ‘snapshots’ of your computer at regular intervals. A snapshot is a complete record of your computers files, folders at a particular point in time.

You may want to create a snapshot of your system before major software installations, large data transfers or system maintenance like installing service packs, security updates or new drivers. You can roll back your system to its previous condition and recover valuable documents if you encounter any problems or data corruption.

You can ask me what about the default Windows System Restore ? Windows system restore only restores certain elements such as the registry and system files. CTM restores your entire system including files, folders and installed programs. Suppose if you delete a file, you can instantly reclaim it or if you’re file gets infected, you can restore the file to a time before the infection occured.

It is easy to use and anyone can create snapshots just by few mouse clicks. The main thing about this software is 100% free for download.

It supports win7, vista, xp, server 03 and 08. It is recommended that you need to have 10 GB of free disk space, so that you don’t face any odd conditions.

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  1. Tony Lamait says:

    So you’re saying that the standard Windows system restore wouldn’t recover a deleted file? I’ve never had to use it, but I always assumed that it would. Good to know…


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