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Clonezilla 2.5.2-31

Clonezilla - An open-source tool that lets you backup and restore important files by creating partition and disk images

Clonezilla is a robust, open-source application that lets you easily backup the entire hard drive or just partitions. The tool was designed for those who have at least average computer skills, required especially for the setup.

Clonezilla can be downloaded as an ISO package which can be used to create bootable CDs/DVDs or PXE servers or as a ZIP archive you can use on internal and external hard drives.

You can access a menu where it is possible to select the running mode for Clonezilla Live and perform memory tests as soon as you boot from Clonezilla media. You can also view data setup options as you go, including the ability to choose the keymap policy.

Once you launch Clonezilla, you can either clone or restore a disk or partition from an existing image, or backup a partition or disk. Any cloned image created with this app can be stored on your computer’s hard drive, external storage devise, the local memory or an SSH/AWS S3/WebDAV/OpenStack Swift/NFS server.

Clonezilla Details

  • License:
    Freeware
  • Latest Version:
    2.5.2-31
  • Platform:
    Windows
  • Updated:
    Sep 15, 2017
  • Publisher:
  • File size:
    209 Mb
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  • User Rating:
    0 / 5 (0 votes)
  • Editors' Review:
    Not yet reviewed
  • Downloads:
    681

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