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Make an exact copy of your hard drive with Active@ Disk Image

Date Added: December 05, 2019 09:53:48 AM
Author: Ed Robinson
Category: Computer
Data loss is something almost every computer user has experienced before, but some people are better equipped than others. By now, most people know why they need to keep important files safely backed up. Malicious software, such as ransomware, can cripple entire networks. A power failure can lead to corrupted drive data or even physical damage. Accidentally deleting data is one of the most common computer-related human errors of all. The list goes on. With so much at stake, whether it's valuable family photo archives or critical business documents, it's imperative that you get into the habit of regularly backing up your files. The only problem is that a lot of these backups end up being out of date or incomplete. If you're relying on manual processes alone, such as backing up individual files and folders, there's a good chance that something important will get forgotten about. With hard drive imaging, there's no chance of that happening. That's because a hard drive image is a complete copy of every byte of data on your drive. This includes your operating system, applications, drivers, settings, and of course all your personal files and documents. Being an exact copy of a data storage device, the complete disk image is the best and most reliable way to ensure that your data stays safe through any eventuality (provided, of course, you store the disk image in a safe, off-site location such as the cloud). Furthermore, this disk image won't just be useful for backing up your computers - it's also great for duplicating the disk for simplifying upgrades. For example, instead of manually reinstalling Windows and every application and driver, you can move everything over to a new computer in a fraction of the time. Active@ Disk Image provides the solution you need to keep your data safe or migrate your operating environment to a new computer. It's a must have for any computer user who has important files they need to protect or who would like to be able to replace their system hard drive quickly and easily. The latest edition introduces several important improvements. Launched in October 2019, version 9.5 provides a faster compression algorithm to save space on whichever device you store your disk images on. It also supports the latest version of the ReFS file system, and it supports raw disk images used in Virtual Disk. There have also been several bug fixes and tweaks to the user interface to provide a more user-friendly experience than ever. The Professional edition also comes with the latest 15 version of Active@ Boot Disk, which provides the full support of SATA & PCI-E NVMe M.2 disks and WinPE recovery environment, upgraded to v.10.0.18362.1 (based on Windows 10 build 1903). That's ideal if you want to make a system image of your primary hard drive. Active@ Disk Image works with any PC disk, including hard drives and solid-state drives, external USB disks, and even optical disks. It supports all versions of Windows from as far back as Windows XP SP3, and you can use it for making disk images of drives running other operating systems, including older Windows versions, Linux, and more. Get started today by pointing your browser to .