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Disk Clone Wizard Kit 3.3.3

Copy Entire Disk/Partition. Transfer Windows and backup important data!


DiskCloneWizardKit
  • Fast clone to new HDDs, SSDs and PC
  • Clone from/to any kind of disk drive
  • Wide clone options(full/fast clone and
    partition resize)
  • Windows 8 support

Upgrade your hard drive to a new one

Clone your hard disk to a larger drive and have it boot without reinstallation.


Take advantage of SSD

Migrate OS to SSD wizard performs fast and safe Windows migrations to new storage devices (HDD or SSD) and even downsizes to smaller capacity drives.


Migrate to new hardware

When upgrading to new hardware, clone your existing hard drive to the new one and adjust the OS to make it bootable again.


Migrate to new hard drive via interim backup

Migrate your notebook to a new hard drive the easy way - create a backup archive of your system, replace your old HDD, then restore your system to the new one.


Create a virtual clone of your PC

Create a virtual clone of your PC, including operating system, drivers and settings, all your applications and files. Save it to the USB hard drive and use it on another computer, just as if you're working from your own PC.


Continue using your old PC in a virtual environment

Migrate to a new hardware platform by making a virtual clone of your old system. Take advantage of an up-to-date computer while still having the option to work with your old applications.


Safely Evaluate New Software

Avoid negative effects of software installation by creating a virtual clone of your current physical system to evaluate new software before making it permanent.

Customers' Review

  • Saray.G (US) May 18, 2010

    Best I have tried, I replaced a 20gb on old laptop with 120 gb new one... went very smooth.

  • C. Klug (US) June 3, 2010

    Made the cloning of my hard drive for the upgrade very simple.

  • Roger (US) June 10, 2010

    This one made a very simple copy of my old drive that worked. I didn't need to re-install Windows 7 or anything else for that matter. It was as simple as making the clone, swapping out the drives and rebooting.