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HDClone 3.8.3

Posted on Thursday, January 28 2010 @ 18:36:25 CET by

HDClone creates physical or logical copies (clones) and file images of hard disks and other mass storage media. HDClone is a perfect tool for backups and copies of entire software or operating system installations. A special 'SafeRescue' mode makes HDClone an invaluable tool for rescuing defective hard disks and other media. HDClone works independent of partitioning scheme, file system, and operating system. It also works with proprietary formats which otherwise would be unaccessible.

Version 3.8.3 of HDClone contains - besides many improved details - an important and useful new feature: HDClone 3.8.3 offers to freely adjust the target size of all partitions to be copied.

While it was only possible to assign the entire free space on the target medium only to one partition until now, from version 3.8.3 on, users can adjust the size of each partition individually by themselves. This works really easy by clicking and dragging with your mouse or, alternatively, with the arrow keys of the keyboard. The upsizing process itself is - as before - integrated into the copying process, which represents the fastest way. HDClone is able to upsize partitions with FAT, NTFS, Ext2, or Ext3 file systems.
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