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Is there a better alternative to BartPE and UBCD4WIN

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  Wow those were some super utilities but BartPE rapidly got replaced by UBCD4WIN and UBCD4WIN hasn't been updated in over a year. Is there a better alternative that has continued development?
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I don't think the alternatives are much better, but sometimes it can help to include those in the toolbox. One of my favorites is PartedMagic.

http://partedmagic.com/

With the proper License you can also build your own WinPE environment (based on Windows 7). Manufacturer's like paragon build their not Linux based boot CD's using that.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_Automated_Installation_Kit
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Or build your own WinPE using WAIK from microsoft or BartPE and just modify it depending on your needs.
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