One of the main differences between the Active@ Boot Disk utilities and Windows utilities is that with Active@ Boot Disk you can access them even if your hard drive is damaged.
Displays system information about your local machine.
An applet that helps you create and display a status report for your hard drive.
Choose the resolution and number of colors displayed.
Get information about computer performance and details about running applications, processes, network activity, user and system services. View or modify currently running services. View the full name of a process. Monitor applications and services running system performance and resources.
Change your computer’s date, time and time zone.
Search for and display specified registry details or create a custom registry hive. After you find the registry hive that you are looking for, you can edit it with Registry Editor.
Add language support for a second language. This includes special keyboard layout and the ability to display language characters on the screen. You can use a different language for a file name or when recording notes about changes made to the system.
View and edit entries in BCD (Boot Configuration Data) store to make a Windows system partition bootable
Active@ Boot Disk System Utilities
|System Utilities Overview|
|Partition Manager (DiskPart.exe)|
|Date and Time|