Ultimate Boot CD For Windows is a Bart PE live CD which can be used to fix almost all problems within windows like reimaging a drive, deleting viruses, disk cleanup, disk defrag, disk wipingÂ network testing, and benchmarking. You can download it at http://www.ubcd4win.com/Â . It is a great tool for system administrators, and home users. It is free for everyone to use. UBCD4WIN is basically a bootable version of Windows. You can even use it for surfing the web if you want to. It also loads very quickly, so you do not have to wait a long time for it to load. You don’t even need a hard drive for using Ultimate Boot CD for Windows, so it is the perfect booth disk for people have to test a lot of system without workingÂ hard drives like computer repair techs, computer refurbishers, etc. There are also a few classic games like solitaire, minesweeper, pinball,Â asteroids, etc on Ultimate Boot CD you can play to pass time when you are bored. There are a total of 344+ programs on UBCDWIN go to Â http://www.ubcd4win.com/contents.htmÂ for a complete list of all the programs not including the Windows’ Computer management, cmd, etc.Â If you know how to use Windows, and how to use basic programs like disk cleanup, disk defrag, and computer management. You will know how to use UBCDWIN.
What you need to build Ultimate Boot CD: You need a CD-R which is at least 700MB in size, or a DVD-R. You also need a CD-Burner, and the Windows XP Install disk not (Recovery disks).
1. In the Ultimate Boot CD builder, browse to the location of your Windows CD install disk. It is usually D:\ or E:\. Click the Build Button at the bottom right of the Window.
2. Wait for the build to complete, and click close.
3.If you picked Create ISO instead of Burn toÂ CD/DVD then go to C:\UBCD4WIN\ to retrieve your ISO file named UBCD4WinBuilder.iso or open it with a CD burner software that can burn ISOS like ImgBurn.
Read Using ImgBurn to burn a CD ISO image to a CD-RÂ if you do not know how to burn an ISO to CD or DVD.
4. Insert the disk into a computer before restarting your PC. If your PC does not boot to UBCD then go into the BIOS and make sure your CD drives/optical drives are set to boot up first before your floppy, usb, and hard drive. Some PCs has a boot manager which you can access by pressing a key like ESC during boot up.
Use your keys to highlight the option you want to use, and press enter when done.Â
5. UBCD for Windows should start up after a minute. Now you can enjoy this awesome Windows Boot CD which is way more powerful then a boot floppy.