Create Windows 8 Image with AOMEI Backupper

Posted by @AOMEI

December 25, 2014

Windows 8 image refers to the exact copy Windows 8, system settings, programs and files while they are in a working and stable state. In this article, a freeware named AOMEI Backupper can help you a lot.

Windows 8 image: What’s that?

Microsoft has explained that a system image is an exact copy of a drive. By default, a system image includes he drives required for Windows to run. It also includes Windows and your system settings, programs and files. Namely, a Windows 8 image is the image or what you can call a complete copy of the current state of your Windows 8’s computer hard disk.

A system image can be used to restore the system and thus if your Windows 8 computer or hard disk stop working or they were just broken, you can restore the contents of your computer. Images are produced through backing up, so to speak, a backup is the first safe guard for your computer, while an image is the core element for all jobs. If you get the image file seriously destroyed, there is no way to recover the computer to its original state without other backups in advance, in another word, if an image is gone, nothing would be left.

Here you may get to know how important an image is for your Windows 8 computer. Speaking of system image, will have to mention back up. Backing up can be realized in many ways nowadays, the best way to realize that goal is to use third-party software. I’d like to recommend the special one named AOMEI Backupper.

Create Windows 8 images

Beginning with Windows 7, Microsoft began including a tool for creating system images and it’s available in Windows 8, so you may create a Windows 8 image. But here today, I’d like to introduce the powerful backup software—AOMEI Backupper.

AOMEI Backupper

AOMEI Backupper is well compatible with both 32 and 64 bits Windows computers; you may create a Windows 8 image and recover it to the normal state. It’s easy to handle with. You may refer to How to create a system image backup for Windows 8 and 8.1 to learn how to back up and create Windows 8 image.

Now, you may download the software to have a try. It’s completely free of charge.