July 29, 2009

Waddling Past The Windows

Article Source Linux Journal
July 29, 2009, 3:00 pm

3564958244_c4a6b17602_m.jpgOne of the great sources of frustration--and more than a few jokes--for geeks is the legendary instability of the Windows operating system. If you've ever had to rescue a box that's crashing more often than a demolition derby car, the latest offering out of Active Media Products may help you keep your cool.

We all know that like a faithful Labrador, Linux is a geek's best friend. When it comes to recovering data from a crashed system, it's particularly friendly, providing the option to boot from a Live CD or other media and recover files. The good geeks at Active Media Products, however, have taken that one step further with the release of their new BLU--Bootable Linux USB.

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