L'offre gratuite du jour pour MiniTool ShadowMaker Pro 3.6.1 était valable le 22 avril 2022!
MiniTool ShadowMaker Pro backs up full partitions, can clone entire drives, and new to version 3.6.1 - back up individual files and folders. Most users, at least the less technical types, are better off backing up everything. Regular backups are essential for everyone and this is where ShadowMaker shines. This tool allows you to schedule backups (daily, weekly or monthly) and even lets you control how much hard disk space has to be allocated for backup files.
• System Backup and Restore
• Back up/Sync Open Files
• Restore to Different Computer
• Back up 2 MB Cluster Volume
• Change Backup Scheme
• Automatic Backup
Run the setup program -> Accept License Agreement -> Select destination location -> Follow the installation guide -> Finish
Windows XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10,11 ; (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Commentaires sur MiniTool ShadowMaker Pro 3.6.1
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Nice tool. But a 6 month license? How is the user supposed to actually try it (backup and recover) during that period?
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user, you are correct, most of us stopped installing extended trial software. I'm not fan of background backup anyway, it occupies the PC for days at a time on a single backup and if power glitch happens or brown out or you forget that the backup is going on and turn the PC off, all that work is lost.
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Just some of my observations.
The program quickly downloaded and installed on my old Windows
7 32 bit PC I use as a test bed.
The program's UI looks nice with all the usual tools you would
expect from a program like this such as Disk Cloning etc. I wanted to try making a backup of my
operating system drive but selected the wrong drive to backup. I tried to stop the backup
process and the red stop button would not stop the process. I was able to delete the backup
folder on another drive but I had to restart Windows because the program was acting kind of
flakey. After restarting the old backup 'Drive to image' was still running so I was able to stop it
and I found a menu to delete the backup process and start fresh. I selected the correct drive to
backup and selected high compression for the back up image and while I'm writing this I am still
waiting to see progress. It has a greyed out 'Preparing' for the 'Drive to image' and after about
15 minutes I finally see 1 percent progess. Looking at CPU usage it only uses 25 percent of the 4
core CPU that's running.
This old PC is an AMD 940 Phenom 3 GHz with 4GB RAM I built in 2009.
This program may run faster on a newer PC so your results may vary.
11:03 AM 4/22/22
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