[CC] Free EASEUS Todo Backup Professional!

EASEUS Todo Backup has been reviewed by Ashraf already. Recently EASEUS released EASEUS Todo Backup Professional. Here are all the things EASEUS Todo Backup Professional can do according to the developer:

  • Disk and Partition Image
    • Backup entire disk(s) or partition(s) to image. With this feature, you can back up the entire system and installed applications on the fly without interrupting the work. It ensures the instant recovery of your PC instead of reinstalling Windows and software.
  • File and Folder Backup
    • Make a copy of specified files and folders or by file types to secure your individual data, including documents, pictures, music, emails, applications, videos and financial files, etc.
  • Disk and File Incremental Backup
    • In addition to full backups, EASEUS Todo Backup Professional also offers incremental backups for users to back up files, disks or partitions. Incremental backups will save your disk space and time by only making a copy of changed files since last backup.
  • Backup Schedule
    • Automatically run backup plans at preset time or upon certain event such as on system startup or shutdown, on user log on or user log off.
  • Backup Management
    • By Managing backup tasks and plans, you can change a backup task or plan and execute the changes immediately, delete image files, and even convert a disk image to .VMDK (VMware virtual disk format) or .VHD (for Virtual PC ) and then mount into a virtual machine directly.
  • Disaster Recovery
    • EASEUS Todo Backup Professional enables you to restore important files from backed up image and perform disaster recovery just by simple clicks. It ensures quick recovery from system crash, a personal error, hardware or software failure, virus attack or hacker’s intrusive destruction, etc.
  • Mount and Unmount
    • Mount a disk and partition image to a virtual partition (working as ordinary, logical drives) to explore or copy files in it. A drive letter can be assigned to this partition. You can also unmount the virtual partition.
  • Disk and Partition Clone
    • Migrate or copy all the data on a hard disk or partition to another. Clone disk is especially useful to upgrade your hard drive to a new one without reinstalling operating systems and applications
  • Delete old images to save disk space
    • Automatically delete/overwrite old images to save disk space according to your own time-setting.
  • Wipe Data
    • With this feature, you can erase all the sensitive data on a disk or partition to protect your privacy.
  • Image Compression
    • Compress a backup image to save disk space. The higher compression level, the smaller image is.
  • Email Notification
    • Notify administrator with the results of backup operations via email.
  • Set Priority
    • Change the priority of a backup process to make it run faster or slower. The performance of other programs will be adversely affected.
  • Commands
    • Execute pre-defined commands (scripts) before or after a scheduled backup, such as set to shutdown computer after backup.
  • Password
    • Set a password to protect your image file and prevent other persons to access the backed up files. The highest encryption standard (256 bit AES) is available in EASEUS Todo Backup.
  • Bootable Media
    • Run EASEUS Todo Backup from an emergency disk to perform recovery in case of system crash, etc. USB drive, CD or DVD Bootable media can be created.
  • Check Image
    • Check the integrate of backup image. You can validate whether you will be able to recover from the backup image.
  • Explore backup image file
    • Explore, copy and restore files and folders directly from a backup image in Windows Explorer.
  • Schedule Backup Ongoing Indicator
    • Timely notify whether your schedule is ongoing, and allow manually cancel the schedule.
To get EASEUS Todo Backup Professional for free (this seems to be a free license as if you purchased it, so you probably can install it whenever you want) you can do any of the following:

 

  • Upload a video about Todo Backup on Youtube or write a review/blog about Todo Backup.
  • Share the promotion (http://www.todo-backup.com/products/promotion/free-get-tb-pro.htm) on your Facebook, Twitter and any other social network sites.
  • Email EASEUS to tell your suggestions about EASEUS Todo Backup, features or interface, etc.
  • Establish special tab (on your website, if you have one) to share users’ ideas about Todo Backup.
  • Share this promotion or page on your homepage.
  • Write a review about EASEUS Todo Backup.

Once you have done any of the above (only need to do one), you need to e-mail EASEUS (suggestion@easeus.com) and let them know what you did. They will confirm, and then send you your license for EASEUS Todo Backup Professional

Good luck everyone!

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17 comments

  1. normofthenorth

    I posted the link on my FB account, and got the download/registration link (though it took a day and a reminder e-mail). Program installed fine, looked good, and successfully made a bootable CD.

    I rebooted with the CD, and the program ran fine — but my computer could NOT detect my external (USB2) HDD, so the whole deal is off!

    When I first installed Macrium Reflect Free (which I use frequently on several computers), on a slightly older computer (Thinkpad T40?), I had the same problem with the Linux bootable CD, but the WinPE/Bart’sPE bootable CD “saw” the external USB HDD just fine. I think my current computer (Thinkpad X60) works OK with the Linux CD for Macrium.

    Anybody else had this problem — and more important still, has anybody solved it?? I still like the extra features of EASEUS Todo Backup Pro, but if I can’t restore a backup image from a bootable CD, it’s not giving me the security I need.

  2. Mr Pippers

    Help please. They sent me a download link that is good for 24 hours. I opened install file. It says good for 15 day trial and I need to buy after that. They sent no reg key. I don’t want to install if it is just a trial. Thanks

  3. The Horse

    @David:

    Windows 7 image backup software is equally unreliable in terms of determining how much space is needed. I’ve often partitioned off way-yy more space than required based on an imaging tool’s estimates.

    What I’d be curious to know is, would there be adverse affects if, after realizing you still have plenty of space on the image partition, you were to shrink the partition a little? Anyone care to comment?

  4. David

    Easeus does great software.. reliable..

    – one detail I noted – this does not estimate the backup size properly.. if you vary the compression, the estimated backup size remains the same. So you can’t assess the value of the different compression algorithms, so maybe the available space on the backup medium won’t be assessed properly. They agree..

  5. MikeR

    @FredySmith: That’s a very good point and my fault for failing to appreciate the full potential of social networking. I guess the sea of inanity which the ‘standard’ content of such sites washes over the Internet has made me a little too jaundiced!

  6. FredySmith

    @ MikeR – “…Sadly, nothing on earth would persuade me to sign up for an account on any ‘social networking’ site,…”

    I must admit I have felt a similar disinterest if not loathing for the online social networking phenomenon and only use one of them to get free software. However, during recent major flooding in my State, my wife was able to keep up to date with friends via the images and videos they uploaded and see exactly what was happening in our rural area. The TV and Radio stations were all reporting about the flooding in other areas and, in any case, they could not get into our area. We discovered that our sons school had been flooded during the night. I was grateful that the social network was available. We could ‘keep in touch’, which can be very reassuring when disasters are happening. So while I am still not a ‘fan’ of them, I do see that they can be useful at times.

  7. MikeR

    Harry at #6: I know, I keep doing this where this software publisher is concerned! Yes, it’s Easeus. Not Easus. My fault — though why they chose such a, well, odd name, I dunno — perhaps it started off as ‘easy use’ or something and got lost in translation. Anyway. . .

    My son has a social networking account. In fact, I think he has hundreds of ‘em, because the time he spends in the real world talking to real people is considerably less than being a Twat or whatever the term is in the virtual world with unreal people communicating real banalities where not one of ‘em could climb a tree unless in the company of a liabilities lawyer.

    So he has done a ‘promo’ for the FULL version and tells me yes, it’s fine, his link came through immediately from EaseofUse (no, I’ll never remember it) but that it’s really another example of a Chinese developer — he said Chinese: me, I can’t think why he’d confine his criticism to China alone — offering something that is FULL (that is, 100%) when it’s, er, actually 100% of the 75% of a *true* 100% version.

    In other words: the FULL version on offer is not what a prospective user might think a FULL version actually is.

    He’s not complaining, and nor am I. He says the software looks as though it will work for him, and that’s fine.

    But, like him, I get sick, weary and tired of developers pumping out apps in so many different guises that unless everyone does due diligence first, they’ve no real idea if the FULL PROFESSIONAL version they’re getting is merely a percentage of a percentage of a percentage of an ‘original’ app which, as like as not, isn’t decorated with a disarming — and perhaps, misleading — name.

    PS: I’m not sure even now of all the differences between the PRO FULL version he has and the, er, PRO FULLER version, or the 100% ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM FULL version — it seems to come down to the bootable disk thing all over again, of which we’ve all read about on dot tech before, and which we all know *cannot* be provided free of charge because Microsoft makes a developer pay for the licence of all WinPE usage in an app — hence, and inevitably, commercial ware.

  8. Harry44Callahan

    Much happy to see ya back Ashraf! I like the Disk and Partition software Easeus makes. It seems to be excellent stuff, even if made in China. I got this one a couple of weeks ago from GOTD without writing a review of anything else, although, from what I’ve seen of this, it is well worth it.
    Oh, and I see I’m not the only one to misspell it. Think of it as 2 words —Ease_us.

    Harry

  9. The Horse

    I don’t care if it’s made in Nigeria, it’s great stuff. I picked this up and added it to two of my machines when GOTD had it up on its site. Amazing, easy to use, quick enough, and packed with all kinds of features. I still have my Windows 7 backup tool images for emergencies, but now I am doing incremental disk backups for both machines –one I am keeping as a “base image” (meaning as it was when I first installed Easeus –in case I have to backtrack further), and a second timed incremental backup to recover instantly. This is no-brainer material, folks. Unless, of course, you *like* sitting there for hours reinstalling everything. Some do, I suppose.

  10. Akbar

    Does making a copy of partition, instead of making an image, help one in getting the WindowsXP or any other OS, to work on another partition, which then can be made the default partition to boot from?
    please advise, anyone. Regards.

  11. MikeR

    It’s a good promotion, and many thanks to FredySmith for flagging it up on the forum yesterday.

    Sadly, nothing on earth would persuade me to sign up for an account on any ‘social networking’ site, and the other publicity avenues suggested by Easus are too time-consuming in my case.

    It’s a good way of getting their software promoted though, so well done Easus for taking the gamble — always assuming, of course, that the ‘full’ product on offer lives up to its claims (I have no experience of Easus, so don’t know.)