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EaseUS Todo Backup Home combines an intuitive interface with friendly wizards to easily provide backup and recovery of system state and data for all PC users.

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Larry Kesty I have bought 4 copies to replace ATIH2011 due to conflicts between MS updates and ATI2011 fighting over shut down and restart proceedures. As a result I no longer get MS updates due to corupted files. And I got tired of waiting up to 2 hrs.for it to check images.2 million Google hits for "Operations are in progress, please wait" . Never fixed in 2012 either.
Very nice program which also includes the ISO to burn a Win PE boot disc or USB boot drive .
Sep 20 2012 at 7:27pm Copy Link
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ramch I switched from acronis too.

I have now have 3 licenses of EASEUS todo backup and it works
great!

What I write now is my opinion and my experience with easeus others may disagree and maybe easeus support may want to correct me on the what I write below:

There are things you have to know before you start using it:

- The plans description (backup descriptions) are not saved if you use easeus usb/cd/dvd media. So do not waste your time in writing elaborate backup descriptions when using the usb/dvd/cd boot media.
The descriptions will only be saved if you use easeus through the installed desktop version.

- If you have an SSD drive and want to use the snapshot utility of easeus you must know that the TRIM option of your SSD will be turned off. You have to turn it on yourself manually through CMD: http://forum.corsair.com/...hp?t=86403

- You can not combine multiple easeus products into one bootable media (partition tool AND backup todo in one bootable media, like USB, DVD, CD...)

To overcome these 'obstacles' I make a seperate text file describing my backup, I use a very simple batchfile that checks if trim enabled and enables it if it is disabled. And I use 2 bootable dvd media (one for the partition tool and one for todo backup).

Reasons to go for easeus:
- VERY stable when making and restoring backups no hiccups, funky behavior or whatsoever...very stable
- support is good, fast and courteous
- the same goes for the forums
- You get a snapshot tool which is not fully comparable to rollback RX but it gets the job done!

The snapshot feature works in a very limited way like rollback RX, you make a system snapshot and after that you can restore windows to exactly the state as when you made the snapshot.
You can not go backward and forward with snapshots. If you have 4 snapshots and restore the second snapshot than you will loose the 3th and 4th snapshot. (in other words, all following snapshots that were made after the snapshot you want to restore will be deleted.)

You also get a outlook backup option with the current easeus todo version, I don't use outlook but it may be interesting for others?
Sep 20 2012 at 11:54pm Copy Link
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My Name Here I had a problem with another backup program that saved backups in a proprietary format and when the media became partially corrupt there was no way to recover the data, even though I could see and copy the individual backup files. So....

Do you have to use EaseUS to access backups, or can you use standard Windows copy if you need to?

(This might be the same question...) Are the backups encrypted or compressed? If so, is it proprietary (have to use EaseUS to read them) or something generic like Zip?
Sep 22 2012 at 5:04am Copy Link
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Brad I have tried to purchase via PayPal on this offer and it fails to work.

Here is the message RegNow is giving.

Dear Customer,

We were unable to verify that the information you entered on the order form is valid.
Please contact our customer service department for assistance.

I purchase all the time with PayPal on BitsDuJour, my purchase information including email address for registration is the same information and email address that is registered with PayPal. The RegNow system seems to be locking me out before it gets to PayPal, it stops me with the message above when I choose the PayPal option for purchase, go figure.

FAIL!

Brad
Sep 23 2012 at 12:48am Copy Link
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Joss Is it true that EaseUS is Acronis product? I've found several confirmation in Internet.
Sep 23 2012 at 2:10am Copy Link
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Bit Fly @Mike K: Cannot be at all: If it were a Acronis Product, it would be unstable ;-)
Sep 23 2012 at 3:34am Copy Link
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Danny This EaseUS Todo Backup Home software is also a languages interface as Dutch?
Sep 23 2012 at 6:36am Copy Link
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Thriftslut @ MyNameHere
EaseUs backs files to its proprietary format, as far as I can tell from using the product for around a year. In this, it is similar to virtually all other major BU software.

You would profit from analyzing your backup needs more intensively to tell what is best for you for you: BU your data to its "native format" so that all files AND folder structures can be retained and restored as is from their current state or BU data to a compressed format into one file which, when restored, will not necessarily reflect changes you made, especially in regard to folder structures and content. There are advantages and disadvantages to each.

From your post, I am wondering if your needs would be best met if you use something like I use - a combination of both methods.

1. On a daily basis, use a file-sync BU method to copy data to another hard drive. I use FreeFileSync to do this, but SyncToy and other programs also do this. The disadvantage: BU data takes as much space as original data. The BU data set is not permanently static, but changes every time a new sync procedure is executed (if you delete a file, then sync, the file is gone from the BU set and will be hard to recover). Major advantages: The BU data is in native format and can be used immediately on another computer if catastrophe occurs. BU process can be easily automated with batch called from desktop. BU process typically takes less than a minute unless there have been major changes in data. The BU restoration includes all current folder structures and contents. Hard drives are so cheap that compression is not really needed.

2. For long term archiving of data, use above for a quick BU of data. Then immediately BU the data with EaseUs or whatever and send compressed data to safe place. Now you have static files which can be restored to a particular state for as long as you need such protection.

This gives the best of both worlds after you master the learning curve associated with automating the processes.
Sep 23 2012 at 10:39am Copy Link
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Jim Ranson Why is it that I am seeing a price of $18.40 CDN when the CDN$ has been worht more than USD$ ??
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Paul Berndt I purchased this using a credit card and they double billed me. I've sent an email to try to straighten this out without involving my CC company. This is my first BitsDuJour purchase and hope this is not indicative of the future.

I've been using the free version and have been looking at upgrading, but not at more than retail.
Sep 23 2012 at 3:12pm Copy Link
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Brad I am forced to assume this company is not concerned enough to be here for this promotion and resolving problems for customers respecting purchases and to field questions regarding their product. Perhaps it is an innocent oversight to have someone available from EaseUS. Still you would think the company must have been aware this promotion was going to happen, yet no one appears available.

After 18 hours of waiting for a response to my purchase problem late yesterday using PayPal I must pass on this offer.

It's too Bad, it looked like good software.

Yet timely support is also a critical component in any software purchase especially so with these Bits promotions. We only have twenty-four hours to get our questions answered by company representatives and since only four hours remain on this promotion, well time is fast running out.

Brad
Sep 23 2012 at 7:39pm Copy Link
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Steven Avery Hi,

The distinction should be made between image software and file-by-file backup. Some software tries to do both.

Personally, I only do image software in the period after the OS install, light and clean. The reason is that I do not want an image of a cluttered system, that may have problems.

Image software will always be to a proprietary format. I use Macrium and DriveImageXL, Easeus is another alternative. Since it is proprietary with certain gotchas possible, I believe in a variety-pack.

File-by-file must have a no compress, native mode to be really handy. Thus you can custom-make the backups and work with file managers.

Cobian is probably the leader of the freeware. There are many features and Backup4All, Easeus and many others may be good for you. There should be flexibility in design.

In that backup mode, if a software does not have a native function (even if it has .zip) I would pass it by.

The question is, does this Easeus have such a mode ? Sometimes this is called a mirror. The web site is not real clear, I did not check the forums.

Steven
Sep 23 2012 at 10:54pm Copy Link
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P C Recently bought the v5 and tried the full system backup and snapshot functions with excellent result. Full system backup/restore is reliable. Processing speed is much faster than competitors. Snapshot function is handy and similar to Rollback Rx. Highly recommended!
Oct 29 2012 at 7:45pm Copy Link
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Tim John I bought 3 of these. 2 for Windows 7 Desktop and 1 for Windows 8 laptop. Brilliant piece of kit. Various settings available. I have mine set to perform a full backup every 7 days with daily incremental backups during the interim period. You can also set it to delete any surplus backups periodically. I was using Acronis True Image 2012 (which doesn't/didn't work with Windows 8) and could be temperamental with Windows 7, I replaced this with EaseUS Todo Backup Home and it works perfectly and, yes, I have had to use it to restore Windows 7 and Windows 8 to make sure it worked. If you're not totally convinced you could give the free trial a go first. I should also point out that I have absolutely no connection with EaseUS, I'm just giving you my honest opinion as a customer.
Jan 24 2013 at 3:35am Copy Link
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Joe M I am trying the trail version. I wanted it for files backups, but all I could see was the backups were NOT in a raw file but in an encrypted .pbd format. I also did not like that I could not make the program open up as a full window. In the licensed version, will it let me copy files so they are in their native format (.exe, .jpg, .pdf etc.)?
Will the full version allow for a full window opening?
Jan 24 2013 at 1:12pm Copy Link
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Tim John It will let you mount the backup image. If you want to retain the native format you would probably do better zipping it. The window cannot be maximised.
Jan 24 2013 at 2:38pm Copy Link
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Bit Fly This is really the best backup solution, I ever tested. Bevor this one, I tried many others (even the "true" one ;-) with all I had minor or even major problems. Since I use Todo backup (already longer than a year), I had NOT even one time a problem while backing up or restoring.
A very great product ! (And fully worth the price) (compare the price e.g. against another product, that make it necessary to buy an expensive additional pack to be able to restore to dissimilar hardware; Todo-Backup workstation edition can do this from start on !)
Jan 26 2013 at 2:11am Copy Link
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H. H. Hallo,
2 questions.:
1. do you plan to offer todo backup workstation at this offer or later at
bitsdujour too?
2. Would the "fineprint" be the same for the workstation version
as is said above for the home-version (no license-activation required)
(especially no userunfriendly hardware-footprinted activation
procedure?

thank you for answering in advance
H.H.
Jan 26 2013 at 10:09am Copy Link
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Software Guy IMHO you should backup AND clone your hard drive. WIndows has imaging capabilities built in, but the third party programs are more user friendly. Find EaseUS offerings compared here:
http://www.easeus.com/dis...vs-tdb.htm
To do the job correctly you will need an external usb drive for your clone. Backups can be stored to another USB drive or to DVD or BD disks.
In case of drive failure some motherboards will allow you to boot from your usb drive directly (check your bios). If yours does not support this, another option to consider is a bare drive in an external USB SATA drop in dock. If that option is just too ugly, then get an external case to mount your clone drive so you can easily swap it should disaster strike. BTW, many replacement drives come with drive imaging tools - WD, Seagate Maxtor and others.
Disaster may never strike, but the peace of mind is worth the investment. And this offering from EaseUS is a very good deal with lots of features at this price. You need one license per machine.

PROCRASTINATORS: I strongly recommend that you take the time to backup/image correctly now because you will be very unhappy if disaster finds you before you find the time/money to backup all of those files and pictures you have accrued over the years. I have come across too many unhappy moms who have just lost all of those years of great pictures of their kids. Bad weather outside is the perfect time for a full backup/image.
Jan 27 2013 at 4:10am Copy Link
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Wim User Workstation is restricted. See their forum topic:

http://forum.easeus.com/v...96a207257d

You will have to contact the helpdesk every time your hardware changed somewhat...
Jan 27 2013 at 4:52am Copy Link
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Doremi Faso I'm interested in the Workstation version. Is it possible to get 40% off also?
Jan 27 2013 at 10:20am Copy Link
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Mark Chiang Nice deal, here is a comparison of the Home and Free version for those who already use the free one. Even the Free one has incremental backup, though I like that there's WinPE support with USB 3.0 on the Home version.
Jan 27 2013 at 11:20am Copy Link
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David Gilmour Will you also be offering a deal on Easeus Todo Backup Workstation, as part of this promotion?
Jun 30 2013 at 9:22am Copy Link
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Joe Mira ditto
Jun 30 2013 at 4:46pm Copy Link
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Brenda Gann "In fact, EaseUS Todo Backup Home can even back up and restore the entire system state and all data on a Windows 8 computer, so you'll already future-proofed at the point of purchase."

Does that mean it can't do the same for Windows 7?
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