UPDATE: Please note – DCT does not recommend this software!
Subsequent to this giveaway going live, there have been user complaints of Chinese popups and system crashes. Respected DCT subscriber Bob Gostischa has also chimed in with a negative report (see comments under).
This software checked out 100% clean through Virus Total and MBAM, and appeared to work fine on my Win7 64-bit machine – I did not receive any popup ads myself.
However, in line with DCT’s policy of not recommending software which is in any way suspect, there is probably sufficient prima facie evidence to suggest that this software might best be avoided or, at the very least, treated with due caution.
“SysRestore Pro is a lightweight, simple, and useful system restore tool for Windows. It creates a system restore point on schedule and allows you to easily restore from the snapshot.”
SysRestore Pro works in much the same way as Windows System Restore; the user can manually create system “snapshots”, or associate automatic creation with specific events. SysRestore Pro also includes a feature which allows users to restore individual files from snapshots. So, if you accidentally delete any files you can simply run SysRestore Pro and restore them from a snapshot.
Reviews I have read suggest that SysRestore Pro is reliable and easy to use.
- Restore your Windows system – Restore your system and make your PC work in just a few seconds.
- Restore deleted files – Deleted files due to various reasons can be restored. SysRestore can even let you preview the lost files prior to restoration.
- Multiple Snapshot Schedule – Choose when to take snapshot, like once restart PC or PC start or every 2 seconds
Download is a mere 3.6MB and Virus Total reports it’s 100% clean. SysRestore Pro supports all versions of Windows from XP through to Windows 8 (including both 64-bit and 32-bit), and would normally sell for $49.00.
You can get SysRestore Pro for free right now… offer ends 1st December. Just go to this GIVEAWAY PAGE and click on “Download program to use code”:
SysRestore is available in a Free version and Pro version. Make sure you download the Pro trial:
*Remember, installing SysRestore Pro will turn off Windows System Restore.