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WinClone

9.1
twocanoes software
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23.6 k

Clone your Bootcamp partition as a disk image

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Latest version

9.1

Sep 3rd, 2021

Older versions
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Thanks to WinClone, it's now possible to make a backup copy of a Windows partition that you've created using Bootcamp.

The file systems supported by WinClone are FAT32 and NTFS; supported operating systems are Windows XP and Windows Vista. You can make the backup copy on the Mac itself, or on a different disk utility.

If you need to access a file within one of the partitions, the images created by WinClone can be mounted in Finder. You can also use WinClone to restore those partitions.
Reviewed by Álvaro Toledo Translated by Molly Lincoln

Notes

For Mac OS X 10.5 or later.
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License
Free
Op. System
Mac
Category
Files & Folders
Language
English 1 more
Author
twocanoes software
Downloads
23,565
Date
Sep 3rd, 2021
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Older versions

2.0.9 Feb 12th, 2009

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