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A local backup is the minimum requirement for data protection. However, adding online backup enables you to implement the 3-2-1 backup strategy. Cloud backup is an easy, secure, efficient method to add extra layer of protection for your data, reliably storing it off-site against hardware damage, ransomware, natural disaster, and other data loss risks. Meanwhile, economic cloud storage allows you to save expensive local drive costs.
Easily create a mirror image of all contents in the system drive, including the Windows operating system, files, applications, and custom settings without interrupting your work.
Fully create a disk image of the specified hard drives. Supports internal disks, external hard disks, USB flash drives and other storage devices recognized by Windows.
Backup selected partitions or volumes to a compressed image.
Backup files and folders including office files, photos, videos, music, program files and so on to an image file.
Set up a schedule to automatically run backup tasks. It is especially useful for users who have multiple backup schedules (e.g. daily, weekly, and monthly).
Automatically run backup tasks based on user behaviors like login and logoff and system startup and shutdown, or operate backup task when a USB device (settled as the source or destination) is plugged in.
Only backup changed data since the last backup, which can be a full backup or an incremental backup; Only backup changed data since the last full backup to save time and disk space.
Automatically delete old backup images based on backup age or the number of
backups to save disk space.
Backup files to secure and reliable cloud storage to save local space, and add an extra layer of protection to data.
Backup all emails, contacts, notes, calendars, and tasks in Outlook to a local, external, or network drive. Support Gmail, Hotmail, and any other email accounts added into Outlook.
Using the command line to perform backup tasks without operating the software.
Backup to internal disks, external hard drives, USB flash drives, network share folder, NAS devices, or cloud drives.
Easily restore system partition in native Windows or from bootable disc and ensure system is bootable after restoration.
Rapidly restore files and folders that are lost, deleted or corrupted, or restore to an earlier time from backup images.
Restore disk image to the original or new HDD/SSD.
Restore partition or volume to the point you ever backup.
Restore a backup image to another computer with different hardware, or migrate OS from a physical machine to a virtual machine (P2V).
Restore certain files and folders you need from the system/disk/partition backup image without restoring the entire backup.
Using the command line to perform restore tasks without operating the software.
Backup files and their NTFS permissions together, and restore NTFS permissions if they are lost or damaged.
Synchronize files from one drive to another or between computers to keep a copy.
Monitor for changes in files and sync newly added, modified, or deleted files from the source directory to the destination directory as soon as the change occurs.
Always keep the files in the destination folder exactly the same as the source folder. All additional files in the destination will be deleted.
Any changed files, newly created folders, or deletions that occur in the source or destination directory will be replicated on the other side.
Set up a schedule to automatically run files synchronization tasks. It is especially useful for users who have multiple synchronization schedules (e.g. daily, weekly, and monthly).
Verify the integrity of files in the destination directory during synchronization.
Migrate operating system (OS) and all applications in system drive to the faster SSD or a larger hard disk drive without re-installing Windows.
Make a copy of disk and quickly transfer to another hard drive for disk upgrade or data backup.
Create an exact duplication of your partition or volume, and deploy the copy to another partition or hard drive.
Using the command line, perform a system clone, a disk clone, and a partition
Align partitions correctly to speed up your SSD and increase SSD lifespan.
Adjust the size and location of the partitions manually in disk clone.
The target disk partition will be automatically re-sized to the entire disk corresponding to the disk size.
Cloning a live OS or disk without shutting down or rebooting.
Create a WinPE or Linux bootable media so you can restore from backups when Windows won't boot. The bootable media allows you to add drivers for better hardware compatibility.
Mount the image file as a virtual partition and browse the contents in Windows Explorer.
Reduce backup image size with an industry-leading compression algorithm to save disk space.
The backup image file can be divided into multiple smaller ones or divided to fit on fixed length media.
Verify the integrity of backup images to ensure they can be successfully restored.
Secure the image file with a password to prevent unauthorized access.
To improve management, combine a full backup and its chained incremental backups into a single backup.
Backup files with file extension, including file inclusion/exclusion mask, sub-folders and hidden files and folders, etc.
Erase disks to prevent sensitive data from being recovered and to completely remove viruses.
Enter an email address to automatically receive backup completion status.
Operate the specified program or script before or after backup or sync.
Create AOMEI Backupper recovery environment and add it into Windows boot options menu so it's convenient to perform operations when your system won't boot.
Export all backup tasks stored in a file， which can be imported later.
Simultaneously start up multiple computers within the LAN through network booting. Upgrade to Workstation
Restore a system image to multiple computers or clone multiple computers over network. Upgrade to Technician
Install AOMEI Backupper to a removable device so you can directly run it on target computers without installing. Upgrade to Technician
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