I have had several requests over the years and have recently been toying with the idea to offer a branded version of the toolkit at a premium price. Some tech shops out there want to display their own logos and branding on software they use. The desktop link that drops to the desktop could drop a company’s website link instead of my website link, for example. Continue reading “Custom Branded All in One – System Rescue Toolkit?”
DNS based adblock using Mikrotik RouterOS
A few years back, I wrote a guide about using DNS based adblock with OpenWRT. I have since moved on to using Mikrotik as my primary routing device and have implimented a similar DNS based adblock. Here’s how I did it combining various resources online. Continue reading “DNS based adblock using Mikrotik RouterOS”
Do you use MalwareBytes Premium? I need your help!
UPDATE: I have been informed by many of you that MalwareBytes is no longer blocking my website. Thank you all for your support!
Here’s the scoop.
My toolkit website is being detected by some folks using MalwareBytes Premium as a malicious website. I am not sure what I did to get blacklisted by MalwareBytes, but I believe it is through a false positive detection. The link for “false positive” takes you directly to the MalwareBytes page explaining what a false positive is.
Continue reading “Do you use MalwareBytes Premium? I need your help!”
2018 Toolkit Version Released!
Happy New Year! I am excited to announce the release of the 2018 version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit. Both the Technician and Lite versions are available now for download! Continue reading “2018 Toolkit Version Released!”
Volunteers Wanted to Translate 2018 Toolkit Version
With the upcoming 2018 version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit, I would like to finally have some multi-lingual options. This thing has gone worldwide and I have read lots of comments out there on forums asking for translated versions. Continue reading “Volunteers Wanted to Translate 2018 Toolkit Version”
All in One – System Rescue Toolkit (and Lite) 2017 is ready for download
Thank you all for your support and patience during fundraising month! I welcome your continued support to help keep this project alive going forward.
I have already updated the project pages with the new version download links. If you are able, please consider using the torrents to speed along the download process for yourself and others.
Technician Version: All in One – System Rescue Toolkit
Lite Version: All in One – System Rescue Toolkit Lite
Changelog: All in One – System Rescue Toolkit – May 2017 Update and Changelog
All in One – System Rescue Toolkit – May 2017 Update and Changelog
I am excited to announce that the 2017 version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit is now available! Continue reading “All in One – System Rescue Toolkit – May 2017 Update and Changelog”
2017 Upcoming changes and toolkit giveaway!
Almost 1 year ago today, I released my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit to the public and a fantastic review soon followed on LifeHacker. In the last year, and hundreds of thousands of downloads later, many more articles have been published on tech websites and blogs worldwide.
I have decided to celebrate the last year of my toolkit’s success with a giveaway.
Continue reading “2017 Upcoming changes and toolkit giveaway!”
Cloning fakeRAID is possible with the All in One – System Rescue Toolkit
As a tech, I have storage media just lying around and decided to upgrade my RAID-1 desktop. This desktop is mainly used for entertainment and communication, so it is hardly critical. I would have taken a different approach to client computers or my home server, but…I was in a hurry and made a few mistakes along the way. Here is how I did it… Continue reading “Cloning fakeRAID is possible with the All in One – System Rescue Toolkit”
It’s finally here! Announcing AiO-SRT Lite!
Have computer problems but don’t want to call a technician just yet? Download and try it!
I have finally put together an easy to use version of my All in One – System Rescue Toolkit. This “Lite” version can be run by ANYONE, you don’t have to be a tech guru or dig through some crazy files to fix some common computer problems!
If you are a technician and want to direct friends and family to an automated tool developed by a tech professional without all the bloatware, feel free to share!
This is NOT one of those “Free PC Repair” scams or “Free Registry Cleaner” scams that claims you have thousands of problems then tries to rope you into paying $30 – $60 to “fix” them. While I do ask for donations to support the project, this is far from the scare tactics used by the junk software out there.
I have been reading the published reviews, comments, and forum posts since the release of my toolkit a few months back. There has been some talk and excitement from you all about getting your hands on this automated Lite version, and now it has finally arrived!
Click here for the project page for All in One – System Rescue Toolkit Lite