Overview of TeraByte Unlimited BootIt Bare Metal Benefits
All this and more, using BootIt Bare Metal. Taking its roots from its highly successful predecessor, BootIt Next Generation, BootIt BM has been developed from the beginning to provide a powerful set of tools for today’s computer users, enthusiasts, and professionals.
Creating and restoring partition and disk images is a simple matter using the included full version of Image for DOS. Sporting a new graphical user interface, Image for DOS brings complete image file compatibility with TeraByte’s current imaging products – a much requested feature. Launched directly from the BootIt BM desktop, accessing this powerful tool is a simple matter of a single mouse click or touch of a key.
Overview of TeraByte Unlimited BootIt Bare Metal Features
- Compatible with x64 (AMD64/EM64T) and Windows 64bit OS
- Supports MBR, EMBR and GPT type partitioning
- Direct support for PATA/SATA (AHCI) drives.
- Create, move, copy, delete, and undelete partitions
- Optionally, wipe a partition when deleted
- Non-destructive resizing of FAT/FAT32, NTFS, and Linux Ext2/3/4 partitions
- Create over 200 primary partitions on EMBR disks
- Automate partition creation, deletion, sliding, copying, and resizing
- Automate disk image backups or restores
- Use existing .TBS scripts to prepare Windows to run on different hardware
- Access files in supported partitions
- Explore and change OS configuration files
Technical Details and System Requirements
- Supported OS: Windows 7/8/10
- Processor: Pentium IV or higher
- RAM: 1 GB RAM (2 GB recommended)
- Free Hard Disk Space: 200 MB or more
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