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Returnil Virtual System 2009 (Beta) released

Returnil Virtual System (RVS) is a powerful virtualization technology for Windows that doesn’t let anything affect the Windows installation drive. Through the virtualization technology, it creates a theoretical layer over the main drive (Normally ‘C’ drive). If enable the RVS, any changes on ‘C’ drive (Windows installation drive) will be automatically saved only in this layer and will be automatically erased up on the next reboot.

So that RVS can easily prevent malware and spyware programs, because any changes made to the system are automatically erased when you restart the computer. Returnil Virtual System 2009 (Beta) now comes with more features.

It uses a combination of antivirus and virtualization technologies to protect your system against both malicious software and unwanted changes.

Main Features of This new release

- Additional program level protection
- Compatible with all Antivirus solutions
- Dynamic, as needed caching
- Returnil Tools functionality now integrated into the program interface
- Access and browser for real disk and registry
- Compatible with Windows XP, Vista (32-bit), and Server 2003/2008
- Program hot-key and skins
- Localized installer: English, Chinese-Simplified, German, Japanese
and Polish (note: the GUI is still only in English, new languages
coming soon)

This is a must have app for all who want to try different software on their system or want to make some trial and error on their system.

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