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#1 f1ult23

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Posted 16 August 2014 - 03:20 PM

AOMEI PE Builder Beta

Download Beta

Product : AOMEI PE Builder
Version : Beta
Size : 29.5MB
OS Support : Windows 8/7 and Server 2008 R2/2012
License : Freeware

All infos on the site of AOEMI

Create more convenient and complete WinPE-based bootable media

  • Integrate Desktop, Windows Explorer, Start Menu, and Taskbar.
  • Contain AOMEI hard disk partition manager.
  • Contain AOMEI backup & restore software.
  • Free for both private and business use.

 

What Can AOMEI PE Builder Do?

 

AOMEI PE Builder helps you to FREE create a bootable environment based on Windows PE without installing AIK/WAIK, which integrates a set of tools that enables you to boot up your computer for easy maintenance and fast recovery tasks when the native system is corrupted or cannot be used.

Unlike traditional WinPE environment, it brings you a user-friendly graphical interface and a familiar Win32 environment, including desktop, Windows explorer, start menu, taskbar, etc. It is easy to use just like using Windows 7. The Windows PE bootable media can be a CD/DVD disc, USB flash drive, or ISO image file, so you can choose the most convenient one according to your preference.

 

Key Features:

 

- Familiar Win32 Interface

- No Need to Install AIK/WAIK

- Integrated Disk Partition Manager

- Integrated Backup & Restore Software

- Contain Other Useful Utilities

 

For ino and tests. Good WE,

 

 

 



#2 Wonko the Sane

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Posted 17 August 2014 - 03:20 PM

AOMEI PE Builder helps you to FREE create a bootable environment based on Windows PE without installing AIK/WAIK, which integrates a set of tools that ...

Not really-really surprising :whistling:, since the installer includes a few non-redistributable MS files, including wimgapi.dll and bcdboot.exe :w00t:.

 

Besides the lack of any reference to the GNU license, there is also grub4dos - seemingly in the obsolete version 0.4.4-2009-01-11 - with grldr and grldr.mbr aptly :unsure: renamed as amldr and amldr.mbr. :frusty:
 
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