Best Incremental Backup for Windows System

Posted by @AOMEI

December 25, 2014

In order to avoid reinstallation of Windows operating system after crash, a powerful tool, AOMEI Backupper can easily back up the OS and restore it when necessary.

Question: In recent days, I have met a serious hard disk problem. That is my computer runs more and more slowly, and today the system just crashes suddenly. Then I just ask some of my friends for help, but unfortunately they just have no idea. They just tell me I have to reinstall the operating system. At last, I spend a lot time in OS reinstallation. What's worse, I have lost all the data and programs in system drive.

In order to avoid reinstalling the operating system again, I decide to find a better countermeasure to this problem. Then I search on the Internet, the most frequent solution used by most users is to back up the system drive to an image file in advance, and it restore the OS to the precious configuration when the system crashes.

Windows Built-in Backup Software

Many people probably know, the Windows XP, Vista, as well as Windows 7 have its own backup and restore utility. This function has been added so as to do some basic information and system backup. You can access the XP snap-in backup center through the following steps: Start-> All Programs-> Accessories-> System Tools->Backup. The one of Vista can be visited through: Start-> Control Panel-> Backup and Restore Center. The Windows 7 built-in tool can be accessed through: Start-> Control Panel-> Backup and Restore-> Create a System Image-> Choose a Destination-> Start Backup-> Close.

However, this Windows built-in backup software has many limitations. For example, it can not encrypt and compress data. Also, it does not have other useful backup methods, such as incremental and differential backup, which can help to save a lot of time in backing up data.

Best Backup Software: AOMEI Backupper

AOMEI Backup Software is a very professional software to incremental backup for Windows system. It can support Windows Server 2000/2003/2008, XP, Vista, and Win7 both 32 bit and 64 bit. Moreover, it has new added backup methods: differential and incremental backup, which can save a lot time. In addition, during the operating process, it supports encryption and image file compression, which would bring great benefit in data and file management. This powerful and free tool also has some other functions. So if you need any help of this field, just have a try. The picture below is its main interface.


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