It is a revolution on a CD ROM. Here are its capabilities:
The blue specs are the capabilities that no other software has, we believe...
 Runs up to 11 (Geek) or 22 (SuperGeek) 2K XP 2003 systems on drives C to M/X, on one or more HDDs.
 Swaps systems without multi-booting. The C: drive remains your one bootable partition, just like a single installation. HyperOs does not change your boot environment at all. HyperOs rewrites BOOT.INI and/or MSDOS.SYS.
 No partitions are hidden, all Windows systems can see all other Windows systems and all data and all data partitions. Each Windows system can operate on all the data on any HDD.
 All 2K XP 2003 systems share the same Paging file. This works flawlessly and saves a lot of space.
 Swaps systems with a double click fire and forget from within Windows using the My Other Computers Window.
 Keeps your existing Windows installation on C and allows you to add as many other Windows systems as you like.
 You can copy your existing Windows system on C to any other partition up to X, with a drag and a drop. This creates further Windows systems from your existing Windows system.
 Because HyperOs does not hide any partitions, it can manage one Windows system from another. This results in incredibly fast back up, restore, zip, unzip, copy, and delete times.
 HyperOs can back up a system in seconds as a sector by sector image file (FAT16 and FAT32 only) with a single click or a drag and drop. This needs to be seen to be believed. A fast HDD with backup XP in 60 seconds. This is over 5 times faster than Norton Ghost.
 HyperOs can back up any system in seconds as a zip archive (All file systems) with a single click or a drag and drop. This also needs to be seen to be believed. A fast HDD with zip up XP in 60 seconds.
 HyperOs can back up and restore whole systems or data partitions to and from any local or network location using the My Other Computers Window.
 HyperOs can back up whole Windows systems intelligently, we ignore the Recycled bin, the System Restore folder, the System Volume Information folder and the Hibernate file (Hiberfil.sys) and the paging file if required.
 HyperOs provides an optional boot interrupt menu.
 HyperOs can clone any Windows system from any drive letter between C and X to any other drive letter between C and X, in seconds, and then reconfigure that Windows system to run from its new drive letter automatically using WINMOVE.
 HyperOs can restore an image made of any Windows system to any drive letter between C and X and automatically reconfigure it to run from the target drive using WINMOVE .
 HyperOs can uninstall applications from a drive letter other than the drive the applications were installed on.
 HyperOs Instant System wiper deletes a whole Windows system with one key stroke.
 HyperOs give you the option to reassign drive letters in 2K and XP and 2003 back to the Microsoft default order, if you wish.
 HyperOs 2005 runs 2K and XP from the HyperDrive III (a Hard Disk made out of DRAM).
Just so that you know how perspicacious and how unusual and how exceptionally innovative HyperOs is, we have listed its 19 main technical capabilities above, and in doing so have discovered that 9 of them are not available in any other software.
HyperOs is a must for any serious PC user because you can …
1. Solve every software problem with OneClick (swap to the next system)
2. Give the Internet its own Windows System (fight the war only in this system)
3. Give everyone in the Family PC his or her own system.
4. Give your big application(s) their very own Windows system (best performance and stability for your big apps, such as graphics, music or games)
5. Create a sacrificial Windows system for testing out new software
6. Create a secure mission critical Business Windows system (ring fence it, then install all new drivers and applications in a second Windows system).
7. Create a parallel backup system or systems of your most important Windows systems just in case.
8. Back up or restore any system locally or to a network location in seconds with a drag and drop, or a double click.
Minimum Specification: AMD k6+ or Intel Pentium. A Hard Disk with enough spare space for all the systems you wish to run. A CD Rom Drive.
RAM Requirements: HyperOs 2005 only requires the Windows recommendations for system RAM.
Software Requirements: Compatible with Windows 2000, Windows 2000 Pro, Windows 2000 Server, Windows XP Home and Windows XP Professional, The Server 2003 Family.
HyperOs also works with all Windows Service packs.
Improvements in HyperOs 2005 over HyperOs 2004FE
 No more DOS screens.
 Backup metadata stored inside the backup file, so you can move backups around without losing their metadata
 Warning when attempting to overwrite a drive with backups on it.
 Drives containing backups are shown in bold in the backup locations selector
 Option to backup the entire drive or just Windows and its apps (C drive only)
 Option not to copy user documents to save space (C drive only).
 Simplified C drive back up and restore process.
 Option to preserve Documents and Settings folder (emails, favourites, my documents, desktop etc) on target drive when copying a new system to it.
 Improved HyperOs uninstaller for moved applications. It is now compliant with all known apps.
 Double click automated install, no manual necessary.
 Automatic partitioning if you require it.
 Now handles any number of primary partitions, any number of bootable partitions, and any number of hard disks
 Now handles any sequence of partition types.
 No longer needs to perform automatic drive letter re-assignments. But the user still has this as an option.
Improvements in HyperOs 2004FE over HyperOs 2004TE
 Now uninstalls applications from all moved systems, including systems moved from C.
 Live clones NTFS and FAT32 systems. HyperOs clones the system you are in, you no longer need to swap out of it to clone it. It performs a file system copy with a registry fix and a locked file mop up. You can now live clone your original XP from C even if C is NTFS.
 No longer requires a 98SE Boot Floppy. HyperOs includes a Bootable PM8 CD in addition to the HyperOs CD.
 Uses ARC paths as default in Boot.ini with improved Boot.ini formation. As a result Hal.dll errors (XP is not at that drive letter) no longer occur as a result of HyperOs (in our testing).
Improvements in HyperOs 2004TE over HyperOs 2004SE
[1} Now uninstalls applications from moved systems.
 New Windows look (less DOS-ified)!
 Adds NTFS read support to DOS. The DOS SYSTEMS command lists all Windows system including those on NTFS partitions. The DOS SYSTEM command fires up any Windows system including those on NTFS partitions.
 Now re-references all users in moved windows systems as well as system administrators.
 Boot-menu timeout options from 1-30 seconds
Improvements in HyperOs 2004SE over HyperOs 2004
 Option to show a Boot Menu if desired.
 Runs the HyperDrive I, HyperDrive II and the HyperDrive III.
 More intelligent Zip backup and restore, we ignore the Recycled bin, the System Restore folder, the System Volume Information folder and the Hibernate file (Hiberfil.sys) and the paging file or swap file. This makes the zipped backup smaller and the backup process faster.
Improvements in HyperOs 2004 over HyperOs 2003
 Keep your existing windows installation and either clone it or add any other Windows or Linux OS.
 HyperOs 2004 no longer employs drive substitution to fire up Windows 95 98 Me as HyperOs 2003 did. This simplifies installation and usage. It also means that HyperOs 2004 always reboots when swapping between Operating Systems.
 HyperOs 2004 no longer reserves the D drive for itself. You can put any Operating System on D you like.
 HyperOs 2004 runs up to 22 Windows 95 98 ME NT 2K XP 2003 systems and any number of Linux systems (Red Hat Mandrake or SuSE) in addition to your Windows systems on one or more hard disks.
 HyperOs 2004 can clone your original Windows system on C to any other drive letter. HyperOs 2003 can only clone it to E and above.
 HyperOs 2004 can copy any Windows OS to any partition and run it from that new partition. It can restore an image of a Windows system to any drive letter and run it from that new drive letter. It does this by automatically re-referencing the drive letters in the Windows registry and other files to run from the new driver letter. HyperOs 2003 could also do this with all drive letters other than C. HyperOs 2004 can do it with C as well.
 HyperOs 2004 has improved system switching speed and improved start up speed compared to HyperOs 2003 for 9xMe systems.