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Free roll back software?
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June 18, 2011 - 11:53 pm
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Can someone recommend me a good free roll back software? I don't need backup software. I need a roll back tool to test new software. I used to use the Comodo time machine. CTM is dead.

David Hartsock
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June 19, 2011 - 7:24 am
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What version of Windows are you using?

Jim Hillier
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Hey Joel - I do not believe there is anything else available FREE which utilises the same methods as CTM.

If you are wanting a safe method for testing software then I would suggest some kind of virtual machine or virtual environment. The simplest solution would be a virtual environment, where no changes are made to the system at all so there is no need to restore or revert. Simply delete the virtual environment (or sandbox) and everything is gone and back to the way it was before you started.

Here are two for you to check out that are highly regarded: [url=]Returnil System Safe Free.[/url:2nvvlzao] and [url=]Sandboxie.[/url:2nvvlzao]
(I use Sandboxie myself).


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