Do you use the new custom apps feature?

I am curious for those of you that use the toolkit on a regular basis.  Who out there is using the new “Customize” tab with your own apps added to the toolkit?

I don’t collect metrics or data from usage of the All in One – System Rescue Toolkit, and I don’t want to have automated “phone home” collection of data.  So, I will just ask the old fashioned way.

  1. Do you use custom apps or settings on the USB version of the toolkit?
  2. What are your favorite apps or buttons that you use on the toolkit?
  3. What are your favorite apps on the LiveCD portion of the toolkit?
  4. What are some tech tasks where you feel the toolkit falls short?

Let us know in the post comments.

Thanks!

7 Replies to “Do you use the new custom apps feature?”

  1. Nice Tool मैं अपने पेंड्रिव को कॉपी और पेस्ट से सुरक्षित रखना चाहता हूं क्या मैं इसे कर सकता हूं?

    1. I would recommend to always guard your repair toolkit USB from malicious writes. My toolkit will automatically scan its files when it starts up in Windows Autorun mode to check for tampering or corruption.

      You can also manually check for tampering or corruption from the Live Boot menu called “Check disc for defects”

  2. Pour moi qui m’occupe d’un réseau d’une dizaine d’ordinateurs sous windows Vista, 7 et 10 , je cherchais un outil comme celui-là. Il en existe beaucoup, mais celui-là est assez complet. Les dernières mises à jour de windows 10 désactivent certains services (sql server, telnet, ….) ce serait sympa d’avoir une sauvegarde des services pour voir ceux qui ont changé après la mise à jour. Pour moi le live usb que j’ai crée avec Unetbootin sous Linux n’a pas fonctionné, j’ai une erreur au départ : gfxboot.c32 not a COM32R image . Cordialement

    1. Hello and thank you for the feedback! I try to make sure this toolkit is as complete as possible without too much bloat.

      Regarding your USB boot, the official supported method for creating a USB bootable flash drive is to open the ISO or CD Windows Autorun and use the “Create AiO-SRT USB” under the General Tab.

  3. 1.) No
    2.) Only use as LiveCD
    3.) Gparted, Clonezilla, LXDE to mount NTFS volumes, Nwipe, chntpw (prefer All in One so do not need to download LiveCD of each individually)
    4.) Does not use Firefox.

  4. Do you use custom apps or settings on the USB version of the toolkit?
    Yes, I do, and loving it!
    What are your favorite apps or buttons that you use on the toolkit?
    Can’t say. I am loving them all.
    What are your favorite apps on the LiveCD portion of the toolkit?
    The NT PW Reset is a front runner for me.
    What are some tech tasks where you feel the toolkit falls short?
    None I can see just yet.

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