How to Do Windows 7 Imaging with Free Software

Posted by @AOMEI

December 25, 2014

Windows 7 imaging is important and urgent especially under the condition that the operating system of Windows and data in the computer face big threats. Free Software, AOMEI Backupper is a perfect choice for computer users to do Windows 7 imaging in order to avoid data loss.

Introduction of Windows 7 imaging

Windows 7 imaging refers to creating the contents of the operating system to an image file so that it can be used to restore to the original state when it is necessary. Windows 7 imaging aims to provide the computer user with an exact replica of a computer’s systems and data in case of disastrous problems such as system crash, disk overload and virus attack.

With the development of the information-based society, computer use has been more and more pervasive. In computing technology, the speed of operating system has been a big consideration for computer users. However the data and operating system safety is the precondition. To do Windows 7 imaging can guarantee it. Even data loss or system crash happen caused by accidental deleting, hard drive failure and accidental formatting, the contents of the operating system including files and applications can be restored without reinstalling the operating system.

How to do Windows 7 imaging with free software

What is important to stress it that having Windows 7 imaging does not need to be painful or expensive. You may find that many backup softwares are expensive. Here AOMEI Backupper is highly recommended to users for its free of charge totally. Here is the main interface of AOMEI Backupper. If you want to know the steps of doing Windows 7 imaging, please look at How to DO A System Backup.

System Backup

Generally speaking, when the operating system has been used for a period of time, computer users would face the problem of system crash. If you backup your Windows 7 in advance, you can restore the operating system via the backed up image file. If you want to download AOMEI Backupper, please click here.