Killer App For Window Surface Pro Tablets Delivers Day Zero Disaster Recovery and Security

RollBack Rx is an instant PC time machine utility that allows the reversion of an entire computer system back to any number of earlier points in time. RollBack Rx is an indispensable application to quickly recover from any unintentional error or malicious changes made to a PC. It’s intended as a replacement for Microsoft Windows Reset and Refresh (formerly Windows System Restore). Microsoft Windows Surface Pro Tablets have already generated over $853 million in revenues for fiscal 2013 and is becoming a popular platform for home, business, and school users. The latest release of RollBack Rx, version 10.2, has been optimized for high performance on Surface Pro tablets. You can read the full Press Release here.



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