Windows Full VersionNov 9, 2013

Free SysNew FastRestore (100% discount)

fastrestore
Terms and Conditions
  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • You get free tech support for one year
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over
Technical Details
  • Developed by Xia Software
  • Current version is v3.1
  • Download size is 2.5 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 2/47
This may not be resold for profit.

No refunds and exchanges. If you are having trouble activating or registering, please contact us.

SysNew FastRestore gets rid of all changes made to your computer by simply rebooting; it undos any and all changes — made by virus, malware, programs, other users, or yourself.

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  1. RAMAZAN DUNDAR

    Reply to this comment#22

    THANK YOU..

  2. ata

    Reply to this comment#21

    thanks

  3. Kenneth Bates

    Reply to this comment#20

    I installed and ran SysNew FastRestore yesterday but could not fix any of the problems without a registration key. How can I obtain the key? As I was installing one of the offers yesterday, I noticed that it came pre-registered but obviously this did not apply to FastRestore. Your help would be appreciated.

  4. DBrewster

    Reply to this comment#19

    [@A&L]
    “always look for you on Giveaway of the day” – really why? you can use Google too. it’s free. and it don’t complain evryday about the price of free stuff.
    Read more at http://sharewareonsale.com/s/sysnew-fast-restore-sale-windows#JowG32yREdG0iKKG.99

  5. Jasmin

    Reply to this comment#18

    This software is junk. I used it a few months ago and it does not work well and can screw your windows up. Infact sysnew apps are all bad. Specialy the snapshotting apps which does not work at all.

  6. trust

    Reply to this comment#17

    Since Microsoft’s SteadyState works only up to Windows XP, this looks like a nice potential replacement for use with Windows 7 and 8. There are, however, many caveats to be found in their Readme:

    Read the following text carefully before installing [ProductName]:
    1. If you install other similar software, in order to avoid compatibility issues, please uninstall it at first.
    2. Scan your computer with antivirus software before installing and make sure there is no system problem on your PC.
    3. Strongly recommend that you do defragmentation on the system disk before installing.
    4. Installation of [ProductName] on a GPT disk with UEFI-based motherboard results in automatically restore for each booting. And there will be no boot screen or hotkey available.
    5. Install [ProductName], Windows System Restore may be automatically disabled, please be sure to back up important data before the restoration.
    6. Install [ProductName] should avoid doing defragmentation on protected partition(s).
    7. The TRIM of SSD is not compatible with [ProductName], TRIM will be disabled.
    8. Please do not install this program on a dual-boot system

    It would be most useful to me on “Guest” machines, the kind that neighbors and visiting relatives use. Being a diehard Acronis user, I have to pass this by for personal use.

  7. gdeswart

    Reply to this comment#16

    This is a nice tool that works well. Thanks SysNew and SoS!
    Some folks are probably wondering why they would want this? But I think this sort of software utility will become more important for many users once MS pulls the plug on Win-XP in April.

  8. dadams

    Reply to this comment#15

    I also disagree that this type of software eliminates the need to image your hard drive. I use Wondershare Time Freeze but would never skip my monthly image update. What this software does do is eliminate the need for an Uninstaller in my view. Revo is highly respected but why have it if you can install a program, try it out, and then just reboot to get rid of it?

  9. Doug

    Reply to this comment#14

    They strongly recommend NOT defragging a protect partition. This will likely cause a performance hit soon.
    If you use an SSD, then defragging is not necessary; however, the program is also incompatible with the TRIM utility used by SSD’s.

  10. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#13

    [@Giovanni] They are trying to sell you their products. Of course they will agree with you. Don’t drink their kool-aid. Reboot Restore Rx and similar programs are NOT a replacement for backups.

  11. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#12

    Maybe we should say: disk imaging tools are still necessary bcs in case of a sudden HD failure even a program like “Reboot Restore Rx” can do nothing about that!

  12. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#11

    Hi Ashraf!
    You may be right but the developer of “Reboot Restore RX ” seems to agree with me on this point….

    Reboot Restore vs. Imaging PC’s

    Time is money! The days of having to re image your hard drives, or worse, having to format and reinstall Windows constantly, are finally over! Imaging is a very time-consuming process. We bring the time required to restore your PCs down to seconds! Reboot Restore Rx, will deliver a restored PC every time you press reset!

    http://www.horizondatasys.com/en/products_and_solutions.aspx?ProductId=18

  13. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#10

    [@mike] Well put about product pricing. I, like many others, prefer the one-time-fee non-subscription model. But, alas, we can’t really control what developers opt to do. We can, however, provide them feedback and this website serves that purpose.

    Thanks for the comments, all!

  14. Doug

    Reply to this comment#9

    [@cntjmail]

    It is not unusual for tolls and utilities such as this to be flagged by security programs because the tool does not behave like a “normal” program such as a text writer, audio player, etc.. Anything that scans and messes with system files is likely to be seen as suspicious.

  15. mike

    Reply to this comment#8

    Purely FWIW, I like apps like this for trying whatever with lower risk when a VM won’t do, e.g. I want to make sure software works with my hardware & what I’ve got installed. I don’t like to use them constantly because it makes things slower, though not by much, generally writing any changes to a vhd, then routing any read/write requests to that vhd, which is [again slightly] more work.

    As far as subscriptions or yearly fees or whatever, that’s the choice of the company making the software. It’s a free market where we can pick & choose the software we buy — if it costs more to run app A vs. app B, that’s just part of the decision making process. If A costs $10 a year including upgrades, & B costs $20 outright but is upgraded every 2 years, assuming you stay current, costs are pretty much the same. That said, it gives the advantage to the software companies. I bought Nero Ult. 10-12 because it includes a full-on Blu-Ray player, & Nero Ult. on sale was much cheaper than Cyberlink’s — I’ve not upgraded to the latest version of Nero, with no plans to do so, since Nero’s Blu-Ray player is now broken [with my AMD/ATI card]. From versions 10-12 a subscription model wouldn’t have mattered, but not having a subscription lets me still use Nero 12 without paying for an upgrade I can’t use.

  16. Ashraf

    (Mr. Boss) – Reply to this comment#7

    [@Giovanni] We have reviewed Reboot Restore Rx, for anyone that is interested: http://dottech.org/103819/windows-review-reboot-restore-rx/

    And I completely disagree with you. These type of software are NOT a replacement for image backups or any sort of backups. These are more security/integrity type software and do not serve the same purpose as backups (i.e. ability to restore your data in the event of a crash, malfunction, etc.). You should always make a backup of your data.

    [@shadow33] Your call.

    [@bulldogferoce] We always list VT scan results, as we did for this. 2/47 means it probably is a false positive but proceed at your own risk.

    [@Sputnik] I agree with you that some developers are unjustifiably charging yearly fees for software that need no such thing. However, I disagree with you that FastRestore is one such software. Can a developer do a one time charge for this type of software? Of course, if they want to they can. However, if they want yearly fees… I personally feel it is OK because programs like these are security programs that constantly needs to be updated to address new malware that comes out (there is no write-it-once-and-be-safe-forever for drop-changes-upon-reboot software).

    [@A&L] Yeah, I’d love to see Giovanni posting here on SoS more often.

  17. cntjmail

    Reply to this comment#6

    Installation is being blocked by some anti-virus as suspicious.

  18. A&L

    Reply to this comment#5

    [@Giovanni]
    Thanks, you always come up with good/better freeware (always look for you on Giveaway of the day )

  19. Sputnik

    Reply to this comment#4

    Thank you for the offer but I never buy or install for free these softwares which are good only for one year of use when the software itself is complete per se. It is not the same case than for an antivirus where the maker has to feed you day after day with new virus definitions. Here, with SysNew FastRestore, the software doesnt need anything more to be supplied day after day by the maker.

    I think that the software makers should know that a certain percentage of customers just dont like this kind of politics as they perceive it as a kind of scam…

  20. shadow33

    Reply to this comment#2

    Can’t uninstall it, so it’s not that worth it.

  21. Giovanni

    Reply to this comment#1

    Looks very good, but “Reboot Restore Rx” does the same for FREE:

    http://www.horizondatasys.com/en/products_and_solutions.aspx?ProductId=18

    Actually with this kind of software, DISK imaging tools are no longer necessary…what do you make of it, Ashraf?

Important Info

Terms and Conditions

  • This is a 1-user 1-year license, for home and business use
  • You get free updates for one year
  • You get free tech support for one year
  • Must be downloaded, installed, and registered before this offer is over

Technical Details

  • Developed by Xia Software
  • Current version is v3.1
  • Download size is 2.5 MB
  • Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, and 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
  • VirusTotal scan results: 2/47

This may not be resold for profit.

No refunds and exchanges. If you are having trouble activating or registering, please contact us.