EASIS Drive Cloning 1.1



EASIS Drive Cloning helps you cloning or copying hard drives, partitions or other storage devices bit-wise. Often you need to copy bytes from one hard drive to a second for upgrade your computer or laptop. Sometimes you need to copy the the bytes from the hard drive for data recovery reasons. Byte-wise copies have the advantage that all original information (hidden or not hidden) are copied to a second hard drive or drive image. Although hidden license information can be copied if you make byte-wise copy of you hard drive.This tool allows you to create high compressed hard drive images.


Designed as the free edition of EASIS Drive Cloning, this is an intuitive software application that enables you to quickly compile disk drives into IMG image files, restore data from IMG, as well as to clone partitions.

It copies drives byte by byte and delivers IMG files with an optimized size, thanks to a refined Zlib algorithm. The RAW format is supported.

The utility doesn't include advanced configuration parameters, so it can be handled even by users less experienced with such apps. It's free for non-commercial usage only.

Packed in a simple interface made from a standard window with a minimalistic design, the program invites you to select one of the three main options: create a image, restore an image, or clone drives.
Create and restore images, clone drives, and run simulations

It lists all drives when you want to create an IMG file, giving you the possibility to view only the physical or logical ones. After selecting an identified partition from the list, you can indicate the output directory and IMG file name, and view device details (e.g. type, size).

Furthermore, you can instruct Free EASIS Drive Cloning to create a log file, and start the operation with one click. It's also possible to run a simulation before doing this. Unfortunately, it doesn't let you compile multiple selected partitions into a single image.

Restoring an image is the reversal procedure, which reconstructs the original files from an IMG file. The drive cloning operation is equally easy, since all you have to do is specify the source and output drives.

It may take a while to carry out tasks, depending on the size of the partitions. No errors pop up and the tool doesn't freeze or crash. It doesn't hog system resources either.

To conclude, Free EASIS Drive Cloning provides you with an approachable solution for creating IMG images from partitions, restoring them, and cloning drives.




Platform: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
License: Freeware
Author: Website
Size: 950KB


SHA256: 7dd60bbb20817d01760dbb5d8c5c15b0957ebf6661d177b37f92aea123273e5b

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