Symantec boosts spring cleaning line

Security specialist Symantec has updated its PC restoration and ghosting tools, Norton Save & Restore and Norton Ghost. Aimed at both Windows Vista and XP users, these applications are designed to help consumers and digital power users ‘spring clean’ their PCs by helping them easily back-up their valued data.

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By  Matthew Wade Published  April 15, 2007

Security specialist Symantec has updated its PC restoration and ghosting tools, Norton Save & Restore and Norton Ghost. Aimed at both Windows Vista and XP users, these applications are designed to help consumers and digital power users ‘spring clean’ their PCs by helping them easily back-up their valued data. “Symantec research has shown that 91% of consumers are storing their personal data on their PCs, but 43% of consumers do not back up their data,” said Sanjiv Vij, the firm’s regional manager for consumer sales across the Middle East and Northern Africa. “This new version of Norton Save and Restore is the most convenient backup solution available to consumers today,” Vij added. Norton Ghost 12 now includes more technology from Symantec’s Backup Exec System Recovery solution for businesses than previously, to create what Symantec claims is its Norton line’s fastest and most advanced recovery tool to date. Save & Restore 2.0 meanwhile offers one-step data backup that any user can understand and use. Users should expect to pay approximately US$49.99 for Norton Save & Restore 2.0, and around $69.99 for Norton Ghost 12.0.

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