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Has anyone recently used HyperOS ?
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redkite
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July 21, 2017 - 8:43 am
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Hi folks - I'd be very interested to hear from anyone who has recently installed or used HyperOS. This software seems a perfect way to avoid re-installs of Windows, & also provides several backups.

I'd love to hear from anyone who could reassure me that HyperOS is still in business & able to supply the 'HyperOS 2016 Geek' version?

The site to get HyperOS is here: http://www.hyperossystems.co.uk/

Thanks for your thoughts & any hints & tips.

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HyperOs simply clones your original Windows system to give you two Windows systems. It does this with a drag and a drop. Then, from there, you can create more clones or more backups. It is up to you. It turns Windows into a disposable razor. Once it stops working you throw it away and start using another one.
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Using Hyperdrive, Windows will load into RAM in about ten seconds, and a Windows run in RAM is obviously very much faster than when run from the hard drive. Where a modern hard drive can achieve at best from 30 to 50 mb/sec in continuous running, the RAM drive easily runs at 266 mb/sec and the difference can rise to as much as 10 times! What this means to you as a user is that HyperOS can copy the huge Windows XP in just 75 seconds according to the company, while in practice my lean XP partition is copied in a startling 42 seconds and my smallest OS and programs are totally backed up in a mind blowing 12 seconds on a UDMA 5 hard drive. (ATA100).
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