The program comes packed with a bunch of dedicated parameters to help you tweak the process in detail. You can activate the “Simple Operations” feature for making the utility automatically handle most options for you, retain failed backups, display volume labels, and change the ID used for volumes to be numbered sequentially within the extended partition instead of using the normal ID. Furthermore, you may schedule tasks and store passwords (when logging in to a network share or email server). You can make use of the PHYLock add-on for helping you create a true image of the partition itself without requiring a reboot.
Image for Windows setup
Different backup modes
Image for Windows 3.35 serial code gives you the possibility to choose between several backup modes. You may opt for a full backup of a single or multiple partitions, or an entire drive, or create a differential or incremental backup (contains only the changed sectors that have occurred on the source partition or hard drive). Plus, you may restore a backup and automatically choose the target location or manually specify it, validate a backup (checks are made in order to make sure that the backup is reliable), as well as copy (clone) a partition, partitions or an entire drive to another drive.
In order to carry out a full backup mode, you need to select the drives that you want to save, pick a target location, enter a filename for the backup, as well as verify that every byte in the source data was backed up correctly and encrypt the backup file(s) with 256-bit AES encryption algorithm. Additionally, you may include all used and unused sectors in the backup, ignore IO Errors, log results to file, reboot, shutdown, or hibernate when the backup has completed successfully, disable TRIM, compress the backup files, choose the maximum size of the image files, and assign descriptive text to individual backups.
- Buying it in a bundle may increase its individual cost
- Supports any file format
- Allows scheduling backup jobs
- Creates bootable discs
- Lets you continue using your machine while performing the backup
- Wizard-driven interface
- Command-line support
- Supports encrypting and compressing data
- Allows differential and incremental backups
A backup can also be validated, which means checking its internal consistency as a way to make sure the copy is reliable. In turn, the resulting image files can be used when it is necessary to restore data, such as in case of a disk crash. Finally, you can also clone a partition to another drive to create an exact copy. The tool works with raw data and, as a result, it supports any kind of partition, including DOS, Linux and even encrypted partitions. Good news is that it allows you to continue using your machine while the backup is being created without generating any kind of inconsistencies.
System Requirements for Image for Windows:
- If you will be restoring outside of Windows, as most home users will, or you are running Windows 95/98/Me, your computer's BIOS must provide access to the hard drive.
- IBM-compatible personal computer (i386 or newer)
- 32-MB RAM
- Recommended: External hard drive
- Windows NT, Windows 10 32/64 bit, Windows 8 32/64 bit, Windows 7 32/64 bit, Windows Vista 32/64 bit, Windows XP, Windows 2K
- Homepage: www.terabyteunlimited.com
- Author TeraByte, Inc.
- Last version 3.35
What’s new in last version:
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