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Would be very interested in a bootable usb version for use as a technician - would allow me to purchase pro version to use on call outs etc without leaving anything on customers computer. There is a CD called Hiran`s Boot CD (or hirems / hirams) which contains a bootbale version of Linux and also bootable mini windows xp for either CD/DVD or USB drive which contains multiple anti-virus and recovery tools and tools to copy data from drives before wiping / reinstalling - very handy although not sure of the legality of it re mini xp environment but all the software included are free versions & / or open source not pirated / cracked versions. Malwarebytes and Spybot are included (if there were something like this with the pro version for techicians which could be purchased it would be great)

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The use of our product (including the free version) in any bootable CD is a violation of our EULA.

Additionally, use of our software in any form in business, such as use by a computer technician for cleanup of customer PC's without proper licensing is also a violation of our consumer EULA.

While we do not currently offer a bootable option, we should be able to offer a solution that fits in your environment. Please contact our Corporate Sales team for details and they will explain the options that we currently offer.

Thanks :)

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