There are four primary backup types for data protection: System Backup, Disk Backup, Partition Backup, and File Backup. Also there are secondary backup types to assist you backing up data:
- Schedule backup: Backup data automatically at fixed time or intervals.
- Incremental/differential backup: After doing a full backup, you can backup only changed data based on the full backup.
Every backup image will be recorded in the backup task. Learn more:
- What to be restored: Restore system, disk, partition and files that you backed up before.
- When to be restored: Support to restore the backup image created at any time point only if it isn’t deleted.
- Where to be restored: Image can be restored to HDD, SSD, network, NAS or other computers.
There are three clone categories you can choose from to prevent data loss:
- Disk Clone: Transfer all data on a disk including invisible files to another HDD or SSD.
- Partition Clone: Move all files and folders from one partition to another without any data missing.
- System Clone [paid]: Move operating system and all boot-related drives to target disk to avoid reinstalling OS.
AOMEI Backupper has a tidy Home interface:
- New Backup: Create your first backup task in AOMEI Backupper to protect your critical data.
- Select to Restore: Choose an image file that you created before to restore lost or corrupted data.
- Other tools: Create bootable media, explore image, import/export backup, etc.
There are multiple backup options for you:
- Compression: You can set a compression level for image files. The higher the compression level is, the longer the backup time will be.
- Splitting: Split a large backup image into multiple smaller backup images so that you can store the image files into USB or CD.
- Notification: Provide Hotmail server, Gmail server, AOMEI server [paid] and custom SMTP [paid].
- Intelligent sector: Set different backup methods - intelligent sector backup or sector by sector backup.
- VSS: Backup data without interrupting operations in progress.