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AOMEI PXE Boot – Freeware To Boot Multiple Computers From An Image Via Network

Posted In Utilities - By Techtiplib on Wednesday, January 7th, 2015 With No Comments »

The freeware – AOMEI PXE Boot is the ideal for you once you to perform system recovery or system installation for multiple computers (without CD-ROM and USB ports) within LAN. It’s also impossible to insert CD or flash drive into these computers one by one. The main features of AOMEI PXE Boot is boot multiple computers from a bootable image file on a sever.

Boot Multiple Computers

AOMEI PXE Boot is easy to use, and supports synchronous boot of multiple computers. It helps you to start up multiple computers in your LAN through the network booting by using AOMEI Windows PE and Linux micro-system or your own personalized bootable image file on a server.

Why should choose AOMEI PXE Boot to boot multiple computers?

  • Strong Compatibility: Compared with other PXE boot tools, AOMEI PXE Boot Tool supports bootable micro-system created by you. Therefore, if you have a powerful Linux bootable ISO or Windows PE bootable ISO, you can easily maintain the computers within LAN through network with your micro-system.
  • Freeware: AOMEI PXE Boot is a free software for personal and system manager, aims to provide users with a faster and easier method to build your PXE server and cheer users. So, please be assured use.
  • Install AOMEI PXE Boot to a master computer, select an image file and start service.Easy Interaction: Special designed for network boot, easy interaction and uses it in two steps.
  • Small Installation Package: It is specialized for computer network boot, and compared with the integrated software, it has smaller installation package, just 5MB, so you can download to have a try spending less time.

AOMEI PXE Boot works on Windows XP/ Windows Vista/ Windows 7/ Windows 8.

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