Drive Snapshot Trial

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Drive Snapshot Trial Drive Snapshot is an application that allows the user to create an exact image of everything that exists on your computer in one single file. If something bad happens to your computer like a hard disk crash, getting a virus that cannot be removed with an antivirus and so on, you can restore everything to the way it was in just a matter of minutes.       The tool will not only save files that you have created like Word documents, pictures and movies, but also your operating system, all the programs you have installed, data and all your security attributes. And probably the most impressive thing is that you can do all of this while Windows is running and you continue to work.     This type of software tool will enable you to save all your data quite often, so that you can prevent loss of important information. In order to backup, you can use any device suitable for file storage like your local drive, a network drive, any removable drive or cloud storage.       You have to understand that the speed at which you are able to create an image backup will depend mostly on the amount of information you are trying to save and your overall computer speed. This means that saving everything you have may take from a few minutes to a few hours.       The interface of this program is very simple and outdated, but intuitive. There are just a few buttons that are pretty clear about what they do, and therefore, any type of user will be able to work their way around this app.       To sum up, Drive Snapshot is a helpful piece of software that can be suitable for any type of user, no matter their previous experience with the world of IT.
Drive Snapshot creates an exact Disk Image of your system into a file, including the operating system, installed programs, your data and all security attributes – while windows is running and you continue to work. If desaster strikes (a virus, trojan, or hard disk crash), a complete and exact restauration of your system will be possible in only few minutes. The image file can be mounted as a virtual drive, so you can easily restore (or use) single files or directories, using the Windows Explorer, or other program (e.g. WINDIFF). You will only need to restart to DOS if restoring your system partition is required. Otherwise there is no need to reboot – not even during installation. Drive Snapshot saves only the use disk space, compresses the data and is extremly fast – a P4/2GHz will save approx. 1GByte/Minute on a local disk drive.
  • 2 MB disk space + space to save the disk images.
  • 8MB RAM if active, 0 MB if not active.
  • You need administrative rights to execute Drive Snapshot
  • 30 days trial
What’s New
  • fixes a bug in 1.41 when using the combination of ‘Restore during reboot’ and ‘Reboot on Success’.

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