giveawayoftheday - Get AOMEI Backupper Pro for Free

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  1. magic boy

    magic boy Registered Member

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    IGiveAway Link: http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/aomei-backupper-pro-2-0/

    AOMEI Backupper Professional Edition is a complete, easy-to-use and reliable backup software for Windows PCs and Laptops. You can effortlessly choose what to backup, how to backup, where to backup. It ensures your system and data are protected as well as can be restored rapidly in the event of disaster.

    Key features:
    • System, hard disk, partition, files and folders backup and restore.
    • Support full, incremental, differential, and automatic backups.
    • Disk and partition clone for upgrading HDD or transferring data.
    • Backup disk space management helps delete old backups automatically.
    • Backup using command line prompt or batch scripts.
    • Merge full backup and its associated incremental backups into a single image.
    • Create WinPE or Linux boot recovery environment in case of system fails.
    • Compress, comment, split, encrypt, explore, and check backup images.
    • Support dynamic disk, MBR disk, GPT disk, and EFI/UEFI boot mode.
    • More…
     
  2. Alhaitham

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    FYI... no LIFETIME updates with this freebie.
     
  4. beethoven

    beethoven Registered Member

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    though you can get the lifetime upgrade guarantee for $ 13.90 at the same time. I am tempted given that I have read much positive feedback on this program here, then again, do I need another proggie? ;)
     
  5. clubhouse1

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    I've never seen a shareware program offered as a limited freebie and offer lifetime updates, I don't think software companies are in the habit of slitting their own throats :D
     
  6. taleblou

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    I got it and installed and it crashed my window incl. safemode. I could not get windows up and had to restore an old image. It seems a dangerous program for me.
     
  7. oliverjia

    oliverjia Registered Member

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    AOMEI backupper is out of my list of imaging apps. Too many glitches.
     
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    I use Backupper free version. It's just wonderful. I've restored several images. And no failure. I'm keeping it.:)
     
  9. dja2k

    dja2k Registered Member

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    How did that happen? Did you use it to backup and restore an image? I've installed the free version on several machines from XP to Win8.1 and never have I seen anything similar happen.

    dja2k
     
  10. taleblou

    taleblou Registered Member

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    The free version should be ok, but the paid version was the ones that caused the issue upon finishing install and when rebooted.
     
  11. Peter2150

    Peter2150 Global Moderator

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    Installed to day. First the gotd version only installs on the day of the giveaway. Not an issue as I did buy the license. Installed it on my Win 7 x64 desktop. Installation went with out any issues. Then built the winpe disk with no issues.

    Took a full image, no issues, just a little slow. Turned on the the security stuff I'd turned off for install, and took an incremental. Very slow for an incremental Image mounted and had no trouble exploring it.

    Booted to the recovery cd and first boot no usb mouse. Used my little trick of just rebooting right back in the recovery environment, and all was fine. DId a restore, which went okay, again just a bit slow. System booted up and was fine.

    OVerall a bit slower then I am used to but with a bit of polish, this seems like an okay program.

    Pete
     
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