AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.4

AOMEI Backupper Standard represents an advanced tool for backup and restore, very helpful in case of emergencies.

The graphic interface is user-friendly and divided into five tabs: Home, Backup, Restore, Clone and Utilities.

Under Backup you will find everything you need from this function: file or folder backup option, full system backup with one click, disk backup or partition backup. You can schedule any of these operations to take place whenever you want.

Restore lets you either copy files to original location or choose a new one. Cloning means you can clone a partition or volume from one to another, or clone a hard disk to another.

If your computer fails to start, you can always create a bootable disc (before it happens) and use to restore your partitions or the whole system. If you are not sure what is inside a particular backup, you can mount it as a virtual drive and explore its content at any time.

For your convenience you can make either full backups (takes longer time, much space) or differential and incremental backups (backup only the modified files).

Each backup can be password protected, split to fit CD or DVD and compressed to take less disk space.

What's New in AOMEI Backupper 4.0 :

- Fixed issue: When backup/sync data to network mapped drives, it requires to enter username and password repeatedly.
- Fixed issue: If there are non-English characters in username or password of share/NAS, it requires to enter username and password repeatedly when the program accesses network share/NAS.
- Fixed issue: If the bootstrap of the dynamic system volume has not been backed up, it will not be bootale when restored to other disks.
- Fixed issue: If there is an error when changing the boot files of dynamic system volumes, it will not be bootale when restored to other disks.
- Fixed issue: In the cases of mounting image files in Windows XP/2003, it shows the partition is unformatted when accessing the partitions.
- Fixed issue: In some cases, error code: 214 occurs when restoring/cloning data from a larger disk to a smaller one.
- Optimize event-triggered backup of user log out and user log in.
- Optimize the task of long path in file backup, file sync and file restore and avoid failure of these tasks.
- Optimize the task of storing image files to share/NAS; even failed to connect to share/NAS, image files stored on it can still be viewed and edited.

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