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Giveaway of the Day - Paragon Drive Copy 11 Professional Special Edition (English)

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#1 Allan


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Posted 18 July 2012 - 06:28 AM

Free for today only on Giveaway of the Day - Paragon Drive Copy 11 Professional Special Edition (English)July 18, 2012

Performs any migration, no matter the source or target. You no longer need to spend hours performing tedious, complicated re-installations when buying or upgrading your PC. Take all the best from the system you’re used to – and simply move it to the new environment. Use Drive Copy 11 Professional for fast, efficient computer migrations of any software/hardware combination, from any source, to any target.

Usage Scenarios:
•Move to 3TB drive;
•Take advantage of SSD;
•Create a virtual clone of your PC, including operating system, drivers and settings, all your applications and files;
•Upgrade your hard drive to a new one: clone your hard disk to a larger drive and have it boot without reinstallation;
•Migrate to new hardware;
•Continue using your old PC in a virtual environment;
•Safely Evaluate New Software;
•Use Multiple Operating Systems on One PC.

Paragon Boot Media Builder (stand-alone wizard that helps to prepare a WinPE-based bootable environment) is not available, but you can create and use Linux/DOS-based Recovery media with built-in Recovery Media Builder.


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