From the description of CMT, i want to know whether it is the OEM of AyRecovery. I have been using AyRecovery for a long time, so how you make such a similar software,where did you get the source code?
Any idea about system responsiveness ?
I’ve tried installing it in a Vmware virtual machine (XP SP3) and I felt some sluggishness in overall speed (slower) trying running any kind of my installed software (browsers, explorer replacements, overall system speed).
Any idea if I’m just dreaming or does the way CTM works indeed takes a little responsiveness away ?
VMware is sluggish itself isn’t it? VirtualBox is much more efficient, and I use it myself. When I tested CTM in my VM (with VirtualBox), the only slow-down I noticed was with boot-up. Furthermore, it takes about 10-15 seconds for the CTM icon to show up in the system tray, which is rather annoying (for me haha).
It’s rather pointless to test application responsiveness on virtual machine. You will never get the performance of the real system. Further more, some applications tend to act weird in virtual environment or not to work at all. Not to mention that the virtualization software itself can have bugs which affect performance (e.g. VirtualBox).
Anyway, how is your testing going?
For me CTM failed only once, making Windows to stuck on the ‘Welcome’ screen.
Who said I was using VirtualBox to test “application responsiveness”? I use it for fun to test operating systems, applications, and malware. I personally don’t care about application responsiveness - I just want to see how things work. I’ve already got my own “100%” setup on my REAL system anyway.
I’ve decided not to use CTM, as it’s not what I’m after. Good luck to those using it.