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License:
Shareware (Free to try)
Size:
3.42 MB
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1531
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
WinClone Software(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
 DiskCopy gives you fast, effective and incredibly simple ways to clone the whole disk, including your system and data. So if disaster strikes, you get it back quickly. It not only recovers all your data but, thanks to full-image backups, it can put everything back exactly where it was. That means all the same files in the same folders. The same applications and Operating System. The same icons and shortcuts. All your precious photos and videos. All your important work. Everything back to normal like it never happened!

The most impressive feature is that DiskCopy gives you a incredibly simple way to clone your disk. Even if you've never used backup software in your life and you're installing DiskCopy for the first time, you can count on a truly user-friendly experience at every level. The well desined graphical interface offers you an intuitive Windows-like design. So every action is a breeze, from installation and doing the disk copy tasks. And you can easily clone your whole hard drive in just a few quick steps while continuing to work.

You can download DiskCopy free here.
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