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[TechRepublic] Software Downloads: August 7, 2009

August 07, 2009

Run your applications in an isolated and secure environment

Returnil Virtual SystemReturnil Virtual System 2010 Beta 3.0.5118.4859 clones a computer's System Partition and boots the PC into this system rather than native Windows, allowing you run your applications in a completely isolated and secure environment. All activity is then performed within the virtual environment, ensuring that the operating system itself cannot be compromised by viruses, other malicious software, bad installations or user error. A simple reboot is all that is required to return the PC to its original state. To ensure that no viruses are present in the virtual system, Returnil Virus Guard scans the system during the installation of Returnil Virtual System. [License: Free to try]


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Live Web Event: Virtualizing Your Infrastructure with Intel, IBM and VMware

Discover how to best implement virtualization to reduce costs, improve IT service and manage risk across your servers, storage devices, and networks.

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