Download.com
  • Navigation
  • open search
Close

PLATFORMS

POPULAR LINKS

CATEGORIES

HELP & SETTINGS

AOMEI Backupper Standard For Win7

Editors' Review

by   / September 15, 2013

AOMEI Backupper for Win7 has what we like in a full backup solution, starting with the ability to completely restore your system from a backup (with the help of a bootable system restore disc also created by Backupper). Backupper can back up partitions, volumes, and entire discs. It creates full or incremental backups, either automatically or manually, with the usual compression and encryption options found in premium backup tools -- except it's not a premium backup tool. The one thing Backupper lacks, we can do without: a price tag. AOMEI Backupper for Win7 is freeware. And it's not just for Windows 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit) but also Windows 8 and Server 2008.

We're not the first to remark on the "family resemblance" of certain types of software, and AOMEI Backupper for Win7's blue-toned user interface practically describes, itself. That's bad? No way: The easier, the better goes for most software, but backup tools, especially. We clicked "Add New Backup," and Backupper's wizard walked us though the steps for creating a Disk Backup, Partition Backup, or System Backup: Which one you should choose depends on your system configuration. But you could do worse than click System Backup, a one-click process (with the usual options) that backs up your C drive. Be sure to choose a suitable backup location, such as a removable hard drive. You can configure Backupper to update backups as files change, though we prefer the option to create a new backup on schedule. Though it took longer and used more space, we took a full, uncompressed backup created with full system resources since there's less to go wrong all around. Backupper also packs some extras in its Utilities menu, such as the Check Image tool for verifying backup integrity and the Create Bootable Media tool, which we recommend visiting. The Help file includes many tutorials and other resources to help you with all that.

Like many, we prefer premium backup solutions to the built-in Windows Backup. If cost has kept you from upgrading (or, gasp, led you to not back up your files at all) then download and run AOMEI Backupper for Win7 today.

What do you need to know about free software?

Editors' Review

by   / September 15, 2013

AOMEI Backupper for Win7 has what we like in a full backup solution, starting with the ability to completely restore your system from a backup (with the help of a bootable system restore disc also created by Backupper). Backupper can back up partitions, volumes, and entire discs. It creates full or incremental backups, either automatically or manually, with the usual compression and encryption options found in premium backup tools -- except it's not a premium backup tool. The one thing Backupper lacks, we can do without: a price tag. AOMEI Backupper for Win7 is freeware. And it's not just for Windows 7 (both 32-bit and 64-bit) but also Windows 8 and Server 2008.

We're not the first to remark on the "family resemblance" of certain types of software, and AOMEI Backupper for Win7's blue-toned user interface practically describes, itself. That's bad? No way: The easier, the better goes for most software, but backup tools, especially. We clicked "Add New Backup," and Backupper's wizard walked us though the steps for creating a Disk Backup, Partition Backup, or System Backup: Which one you should choose depends on your system configuration. But you could do worse than click System Backup, a one-click process (with the usual options) that backs up your C drive. Be sure to choose a suitable backup location, such as a removable hard drive. You can configure Backupper to update backups as files change, though we prefer the option to create a new backup on schedule. Though it took longer and used more space, we took a full, uncompressed backup created with full system resources since there's less to go wrong all around. Backupper also packs some extras in its Utilities menu, such as the Check Image tool for verifying backup integrity and the Create Bootable Media tool, which we recommend visiting. The Help file includes many tutorials and other resources to help you with all that.

Like many, we prefer premium backup solutions to the built-in Windows Backup. If cost has kept you from upgrading (or, gasp, led you to not back up your files at all) then download and run AOMEI Backupper for Win7 today.

screenshots

User Reviews
  • All Versions

    3.5

    out of 8 votes

    • 5 star 4
    • 4 star 0
    • 3 star 2
    • 2 star 0
    • 1 star 2
 
show reviews

Full Specifications

What's new in version 5.3

  • Optimized the speed of file backup and file sync.
  • Optimized the function to edit task.
  • Added the ability to switch a sync task between real-time sync and other types of scheduled sync.
  • Fixed issue: the path is too long to perform file sync.
  • Fixed issue: unable to only restore individual files from a file backup in some situations.
  • Fixed issue: unable to delete Windows scheduled task in some Vista systems.

General

Publisher Aomei Tech
Publisher web site http://www.aomeitech.com
Release Date October 08, 2019
Date Added October 09, 2019
Version 5.3

Category

Category Utilities & Operating Systems
Subcategory Backup Software

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 7/8/10
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 106.34MB
File Name Backupper.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 249,844
Downloads Last Week 4

Pricing

License Model Free
Limitations Not available
Price Free
Report a problem
`