AOMEI PE Builder Updated to V2.0By: Doris September 28, 2017
- Support to download Windows 10 recovery environment to create a Windows PE bootable media.
- Support to cancel the operation during the process of creating a Windows PE bootable media.
- Added dual-boot function: a Windows PE bootable media supports both EFI and Legacy BIOS boot modes.
- Now AOMEI PE Builder fully supports Windows 10/Vista/XP.
- Update built-in tools.
- Fixed some known issues.
AOMEI Technology newly released AOMEI PE Builder Version 2.0 on September 28, 2017 after long time hard working. It’s a major upgrade. Both current and new users can download AOMEI PE Builder by visiting product page. AOMEI PE Builder helps you to FREE create a bootable environment based on Windows PE without installing AIK/WAIK, which integrates a set of tools that enables you to boot up your computer for easy maintenance and fast recovery tasks when the native system is corrupted or cannot be used.
Unlike traditional WinPE environment, AOMEI PE Builder has a user-friendly graphical interface and a familiar Windows environment, including desktop, Windows explorer, start menu, taskbar, etc. It is easy to use just like using Windows 7. The Windows PE bootable media can be a CD/DVD disc, USB flash drive, or ISO image file. In most cases, the Windows PE created by AOMEI PE Builder can be connected to network; users can download directly the off-line version of anti-virus software in the Windows PE system created by AOMEI PE Builder.
AOMEI PE Builder 2.0 new features include:
With so many amazing features, AOMEI PE Builder is totally free for both private and business. There are two versions of latest AOMEI PE Builder 2.0, the bigger one (146.84MB) contains AOMEI build-in partition manager and backup software, and the smaller one (72.3MB) doesn’t contain. You can choose the version according to your need. Want to know more change log about upgrades in each version of AOMEI PE Builder, please see chenge log.
AOME Technology, founded in 2010, is a software developing company dedicated in data backup, disk partition and multi-cloud file management. Meanwhile, AOMEI is also a freeware-based company; strive to make 81% of the users free to use AOMEI’s products. Their goal is "let tens of millions of users benefit from AOMEI products, and make AOMEI products industry benchmark".