About the Operating System

Because the Active@ LiveCD ISO image has been created using the openSUSE Linux operating system and based on KDE desktop , it enables you to have access to many basic Linux features and utilities using the KDE-style user interface.

The bootable image contains a variety of plug-ins,
64-bit & 32-bit drivers, utilities and applications.

Note! There are two Active@ Live packages being redistributed. One is a public evaluation FREE DEMO. This package contains 32-bit versions of all applications. These applications run in DEMO mode, not all functions are available. Another package has been supplied to clients after purchasing a registration key. This package contains 64-bit full-featured applications. Both packages can be activated with a registration key.

Here are some more advantages in Linux & KDE-based LiveCD:

1

It does not matter if your computer is32-bit or 64-bit or if it is based on legacy BIOS or UEFI. GRUB boot manager will boot the system properly and Linux will apply either 32-bit or 64-bit drivers.

2

After LiveCD boots, you can download and install any Linux packages (RPM), for example OpenOffice, Developer Tools or Mozilla Firefox browser.

3

When booted from USB disk, all user settings, as well as downloaded & installed packages are stored on USB, thus saving the session. When you boot the next time, all settings will be restored.

4

You c use the standard dialogs, like File Open, Save As, and so on.

5

Security: Networking, Firewall & support for SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is included.

6

PnP (Plug and Play) support: Hardware devices can be detected and installed while LiveCD is running. This supports any in-box PnP device, including removable media and mass-storage devices. This means that you can plug in a mass-storage device for recover data from or use it for data backup.