Bootable Utilities Disk

The following link leads to a multi utilities disk that can be used used for cloning, repairing, etc. etc. computers. It looks like what I need but seems designed for older operating systems (Reduced functionality?)
http://www.eddiemaintenance.com/about.html

My question is; can anybody recommend a bootable cd that does the same, is user friendly (I don't want to get into Linux), you (the experts) probably use now and isn't too expensive.
Thanks,
vlogg5
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Joseph DalyCommented:
Soudns to me like you may want something like

BARTPE
http://www.nu2.nu/pebuilder/

UBCD4win - ultimate boot cd for windows
http://www.ubcd4win.com/

or
ERD commander which used to be from sysinternals before MS bought them.
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Lee W, MVPTechnology and Business Process AdvisorCommented:
I agree with xxdcmast - you want the Ultimate Boot CD for Windows (UBCD4WIN; www.ubcd4win.com) - the UBCD4WIN uses BartPE and unless you want a LESS featured boot CD, I wouldn't recommend BartPE ALONE.  UBCD4WIN requires an XP CD though to make the bootable CD.  Good, but not always available for Vista and Win7 users.  The Vista and Win7 CDs have a recovery environment on them, so you COULD just load up utilities onto a flash drive and run them off the booted Vista/Win7 CD.
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vlogg5Author Commented:
Perfect!!!
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vlogg5Author Commented:
OOPS. xxdcmast I MEANT TO PRESS EXTREMELY HELPFUL. SORRY
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