The product manual for Paragon Backup & Recovery 2014 Free says: What’s New in Backup & Recovery 2014 ... Separate x86 and x64 installation packages. Please note that started from HDM 14 installation packages do not include Recovery Media Builder, thus customers can build Linux-based recovery media only through Recovery Media Builder obtained from Paragon's website. I looked on their web site but found no download for this utility - which is ridiculous and deliberately designed to irritate that it is not included with the product. What did Paragon expect to accomplish with jabbing me with a fork? Later in the manual it says: Linux-based recovery environments should be prepared on-site with Paragon’s Recovery Media Builder, which you can download from Paragon’s web site, the My Account section (www.paragon-software.com/my-account/). So I have to register by creating an account to obtain software they should have included with the product? What is "prepared on-site" mean? I have to use some online wizard to build an image of their recovery media and then download that image to then burn onto optical media or put on a USB drive? This is supposed to be more convenient? To whom? On their product's web page at http://www.paragon-software.com/home/br-free/, it clearly states: The software requires no registration! No registration means no account. Looks like they lied.