Editors' reviewThe age of the floppy is almost over, but the 3 1/2-inch disc is still hanging in there. If you need to back up floppies or distribute them over the Net, FlopImager could be the answer. This no-nonsense utility creates byte-by-byte images of floppy discs and saves them in the DSK format or as executables you can restore on any computer, even where FlopImager is not installed. Professional users can add a picture and a license agreement to self-extracting EXEs. FlopImager is especially useful with boot disks, which can't be duplicated simply by copying files. It's a niche product for sure, but it works perfectly well.
Create image files of floppy disks and back (for backup, shipping or transfer). Save the image file compressed, uncompressed or as a self-extracting exe. Add descriptions to or convert your old image files. Logically recreate bad sectors when writing floppy disks. The self-extracting exe can be fully customized with a picture, license agreement dialog and a text with instructions. Full support for drag-n-drop.
What's new in this version:
New features and Windows Vista compatibility.