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RecImg Manager: Backup and reinstall Windows 8 without losing any application or data

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Thursday, July 26th, 2012 With No Comments »

Normally, whenever you have problems with Windows that can not find any effective solution, then the next step will be to establish the PC or reinstall Windows. This same procedure for Windows 8, Windows 8 has though additional options Reset and Refresh. But the main problem is to reinstall Windows, you need to make a backup and data files by hand, may also have to reinstall all the applications you have installed previous .

RecImg Manager is a new method for the user, to restore and reinstall the entire Windows 8 along with the software in minutes without losing the personal documents or files. RecImg Manager works on any Intel-based devices running Windows 8. The restoration of all applications and files is a very unique feature of this application.

The application interface is inspired from the metro and there are two options, backup and recovery. This application creates a copy of Windows 8 on the drive you specify. RecImg Manager provides an automated touch interface, ease of use makes reinstalling Windows 8 quick, intuitive and simple, all work seamlessly on both devices, touch screen and set mouse & keyboard tradition.

You can also backup to network drives or FTP drives with local drives.

In any case you want to restore the operating system when having problems, then click the Restore button on the home and it will show you all the backups available for restoring.

Once you choose to back up, it will prompt you to select destination where you want to restore the application.

Overall the application is one neat way for all Windows users 8.Voi RecImg Manager, Windows and the software is installed before it can be restored immediately. The entire system is restored to its original state without losing any personal data.

Download: RecImg Manager here

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