Giveaway of the Day - Drive Copy 10 Personal Special Edition (English Version)

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  1. pinso

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    Giveaway of the Day - Drive Copy 10 Personal Special Edition (English Version)


    September 16, 2010 Drive Copy 10 Personal is a perfect tool for creating a virtual clone of your PC, including operating system, drivers and settings, all your applications and files. Save it to the USB hard drive and use it on another computer, just as if you’re working from your own PC!

    Paragon Drive Copy 10 Personal is the latest version that contains all updates and bug fixes! All operations are performed with increased speed and stability.

    Download from here:
    Giveaway of the Day
    File Size:101 MB

    Personally i'll pass this : as i already have Drive Copy 9 Personal/Professional some other Special Edition which i don't use.
     

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  2. wearetheborg

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    What benifits does this offer over imaging solutions?
     
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    It's very, very cool. Paragon always seems a step ahead of this stuff. Grab it for free at GAOTD and just play with it. It's pretty special actually.
    It has a 78% thumbs up right now which is pretty dern good for the GAOTD crowd.
     
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    [SIZE="3"][B]Release History[/B][/SIZE]
    Date: 21.04.2010 
    Version: 10.0	      
    Features:
    Paragon Drive Copy 10.0 is released with new functionality:
    
        * Windows 7 Support (32/64-bit)
        * Refined User Interface
        * Support for major virtual machines
        * Wide migration options
        * P2V Copy
        * P2P Adjust OS
        * Smart Driver Injector
        * Simple Backup Wizard
        * Restore Wizard
        * WinPE 2.1 recovery environment
        * The latest Linux kernel for Linux-based recovery environment
        * Support for Linux Ext4FS
        * Support for GUID Partition Table (GPT)
        * Better support for 64-bit platforms
    
    
    
    Date:24.09.2008 	
    Version:9.0
    Paragon Drive Copy 9.0 is released. Program core engine was seriously improved to deliver you more reliability and effectiveness of all operations. Vista compatibility was seriously improved as well.
    
        * Windows Vista Family 64-bit support
        * Windows 2008 Server Family support (Professional Edition only)
        * Recovery Media Builder
    
    
    
    Date:31.05.2007 	
    Version:8.5
    Paragon Drive Copy 8.5 is released with new functionality:
    
        * Windows Vista Family 32-bit support
        * Incremental Hard Disk Copy
        * DVD+/-R (DL) Support 
    
    
    Date:22.12.2005 	
    Version:8.0
    Paragon Drive Copy 8.0 is released as stand-along product and is empowered with:
    
        * Wizards for the most drive copy scenarios, including One Button Copy Wizard
        * User friendly interface with graphic representation of the actual layout of the hard disk system
        * Fully-functional embedded HTML browser
        * Basic partitioning operations (create, delete, format)
        * Drive Copy CD - system independent Copy Media 
    
    I downloaded it and may be will soon use it on my Vista Home Premium: Its definitely a Keeper from the looks of things:
    Release History
     
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    So far this seems very bloated to me and redundant.

    The Migration Tool is basically useless. If you have an image of your OS and you use another imaging utility the Migrate to Another Drive option is redundant. The Adjust OS to New Hardware is also useless.

    The Migrate to a Virtual Machine creates a VM file out of your existing OS so it could be useful for testing to see if software is compatible and gets along well without cluttering up your real time OS.

    The Disc Copying and Imaging section is also useless just like the Migration Tool. If you have an imaging software its redundant.

    It also includes a File Transfer wizard which is also redundant if you have an imaging tool.
     
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