XXCLONE Freeware

XXCLONE Freeware

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hard drive cloning XXCLONE enables you to create a clone of your hard drive on another disk and use it for backup or emergency recovery. The backup disk can be set bootable, allowing you to simply switch hard drives and run your system from the cloned drive if disk failure or other problems force such a measure, or if you want to upgrade to a new hard drive. Unlike disk imaging tools, XXCLONE does not create a disk image but instead uses standard file copy procedures to copy files to the new volume. You may copy from FAT to NTFS or vice versa. The program supports USB disks, ATA and SATA drives. You can also duplicate the Volume ID, repair a non-bootable disk, and more. The freeware version of XXCLONE has some limitations. It is designed to migrate your system to a new hard drive and only works if your system (C:) drive is either the source or the target volume. Incremental backup features are not available in the free version. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Pixelab, Inc. (2) Price Free (paid upgrade available)
Version 2.08.8  history Last updated Jan 20, 2017
File Size 4.44 Mb Requirements None

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Step by step illustrations 5 stars by Airbourne Dec 16, 2011 (Read all my 9 reviews)
It does exactly what they say it will in 'Step By Step' Backup for a hard drive shown in 'Illustrations', you cannot go wrong. I have looked for a long time for a program like this thank you my search is over. The best part is after 'Backing up your C Drive' if you want to really alter anything on the C Drive and not sure if it will still boot up after say 'Cleaning the Registry' or loading programs that may be a bit suspect but you want to try them anyway. You have the best backup C Drive you will ever get. I only have Win XP on CDrive all my uploads are on another drive and it did the excellent backup in just over 1 Hour. Read the info and follow it. After the backup just unplug the power from the Main CD Drive to try the 'Backup C Drive' my computer just found the backup and loaded Win XP without me going into the Bios to set the Drive as the boot drive. Big Thanks to Snapfiles and the Programmers. Have a Happy 2011 Xmas show Review details
Sensational 5 stars by madmik Aug 10, 2009 (Read all my 32 reviews)
Other data and full system backup apps,even a VM software testing machine,could realistically be replaced with this simple looking beauty.The only feature really missing is incremental clone, available in the shareware version, well worth buying. After cloning the current active system to another disk ,the target volume becomes fully bootable,if necessary with the help of the Quick Boot Diskette.Making a new disk bootable and this new hardware compatible is usually either impossible or difficult and is a feature rarely possible with backup apps.A great achievement! The bootable clone is ready to go in case of any system failure. All folders are cloned in normal file form,so data only, can separately be copied back to the main drive. Can be cloned between the partitions to give a permanent spare,or even has the possibility of keeping different versions of the system, eg each with different apps, data etc, on different partitions,for whatever reason. show Review details
Very effective program 5 stars by Philipgrey Jan 17, 2009 (Read all my 12 reviews)
Very effective program. Have been using this for a while now and not had any problems with the copies. Usually use it to create regular bootable copies of my c drive or to upgrade a computer to a larger hard drive. Nice easy program worth a download. show Review details
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