Clone Hard Drive
How Do I Clone Hard Drive?
Buying a new PC is great and there's nothing quite like it; with everything new, quick and
shiny, it's simply great to work on. However you might find it tedious to spend a lot of time installing the
applications and programs you had on your previous PC. You can get around this by transferring the items; you can
clone hard drive and transfer everything in a simple and fast way.
If you intend to upgrade your hard drive to a bigger and better model, then by cloning your hard
drive you can have the same operation system and programs as before. Cloning hard drive is also a way to back up
your current system; if anything goes wrong with your current hard drive you won't have to worry about lost data at
all. When you clone hard drive you basically copy everything you need onto your new hard drive. There are many
kinds of software on the market to assist you with this.
Popular Clone Hard Drive Software
Hard drives are so cheap these days that people regularly upgrade them. In addition there are
many clone hard drive software on the market to help you with this function.
• Clonezilla is one of the popular software used by many computer users. It is a cross platform
tool that will clone hard drive and also restore it afterwards. Cross platform means it can be used on different
programs and software, whereas a lot of other clone hard drive software can only be used on the one operating
system. It is simple to use and great for beginners. Also it has a step by step screenshot guide to take you
through the complete process.
• Paragons Drive Backup Express is a software tool for the Windows operating system. It backs up
and clones your hard drive quick and simply; once it starts getting to work you can continue using your computer
whilst it does the job in the background.
Clone Hard Drive Tools
Search around the internet and you will be able to find some free clone hard drive software
links. Beware though and check out that they are reliable sources before you download and use.
• DriveImage XML is a brilliant free tool. It clones your hard drive and backs up your data on a
regular basis with scheduled backups that can be created on the Windows Task Scheduler.
• XXClone is another Windows software for cloning your hard drive. It makes a hard drive image
of your hard drive; it is self-bootable and also completes a full backup all at the same time.
• Ping is a clone hard drive software for the Linux system. It has some great tools and other
than cloning your hard drive it also backs up your data, creates bootable recovery media and also resets your
passwords. It’s a great all rounder if you are a Linux user.
• EaseUs Disk Copy is really easy to use; it lets you clone hard drive by imaging from your
command prompt system. It works on all types of drives and disks, and is another popular tool that's really great
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