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Hard disk cloning software Acronis True Image free for Western Digital Hard Drive owners

Acronis True Image WD Edition Software helps you to clone your current system drive onto a new hard drive, useful for restoring your OS and data, if it is damaged due to hard disk failure or due to virus or malware attack.

It can backup the operating system or entire disk drive, selected partitions, applications, settings and all of your data.

It will also let you securely destroy any confidential data you no longer need by using any of eight standardized data destruction methods or custom, user-defined methods.

This special edition is available for installing and launching only when a Western Digital HDD is connected. It does not support dynamic and GPT drives as sources and targets for backup, recovery, migration and cloning.

Acronis True Image WD Edition Software supports Windows XP and Vista. File size 121Mb, Version 11. More information and download. [via]


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