AOMEI Backupper Workstation
Release from repeated works
Shorten the time you spend on backup by setting as scheduled or event-triggered to back up your system and all files automatically.
Choose your best match
Three patterns of backup strategy allow you to choose your best match according to your priority under different time and circumstances..
Lower storage costs
Internal & external, NAS & network, cloud & local, multiple destinations to backup to, efficiently put existing storage space into use, reduce your unnecessary storage expenses.
AOMEI Backupper Workstation Main Features
System Backup: Easily backup all contents in the system drive, including the Windows operating system, applications, and custom settings without interrupting your work.
Disk Backup: Backup entire disk to protect everything on the drive.
Partition/Volume Backup: Flexibly choose separate partitions to backup, including dynamic disk volumes.
File Backup: Automatically or manually backup files/folders, support backup from/to local drive, external drive, NAS, etc.
File Sync: Synchronize files/folders to NAS, cloud drive, local disk or external drive, support scheduled task, two-way sync, mirror syncand real-time sync.
Scheduled Backup: Schedule your backup tasks in daily, weekly, monthly, event triggers, or USB plug in mode.
Event-trigger schedule backup: Automatically perform backup tasks based on user logon & logoff and system startup & shutdown.
Incremental& Differential Backup: On the basis of a full backup, save time and storage space by only backing up changed data.
Backup Scheme: Automatically delete old backup images based on specified values (the age or the number) to save backup disk space.
Command line backup: Create backups from the command prompt or using a batch (.bat) file for unattended processing.
Hot Backup: Create a backup image without closing running applications or restarting the computer.
Backup to external storage, Backup to CD/DVD, Backup to NAS/Network Share.
Backup to Cloud Drives: Backup and sync files/folders to the desktop apps for Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, SugarSync, Cloudme, Box, and hubiC.
System restore: Return your computer’s system files and programs to an earlier state when everything was working properly.
Disk restore: Get everything back to normal by restoring the whole disk from its image after computer crash or physical damage.
Dissimilar hardware restore: Restore a backup image created on one computer to another/new computer with dissimilar hardware, or migrate system from physical to virtual (P2V) machine.
Partition restore: Restore selected partition or dynamic disk volume to the point you ever backed up to save time and energy.
File Restore: Restore backed-up versions of files & folders that are lost, damaged, or changed accidentally, like emails, music, movies, etc.
Selective file restore: Selectively restore individual files and folders from a backup image file without recovering the entire backup.
Command Line restore: Perform system restore, disk restore, partition restore and dissimilar hardware restore from command prompt.
Disk Clone: Clone a hard drive to another disk, like HDD to SSD, GPT to MBR, MBR to GPT, support adjusting partition size during clone.
Partition/volume clone: Create an exact duplication of your partition or dynamic disk volume, and exactly transfer data to another partition or hard drive.
Flexible clone: Clone from big disk to small disk, and vice versa; support sector-by-sector clone, hot clone, intelligent clone, etc.
System clone: Migrate operating system (OS) and all applications in system drive to the faster SSD or a larger hard disk drive without re-installing Windows.
Command Line clone: Perform system clone, disk clone, partition clone from the command prompt.
PXE Boot Tool: The AOMEI PXE Boot Tool can boot many computers on the network from a centralized boot image held on the designated server machine.
Create bootable rescue media: Make Windows PE & Linux bootable CD/DVD or USB flash drive. It can be useful to recover if your computer cannot boot. Support manually add additional drivers when create Windows PE bootable media.
Merge backup images: Combine full backup and its chained incremental backups into a single backup for better management.
Check and explore images: Verify data integrity of image file to ensure it can be restored successfully. Mount image file as a virtual partition to browse the contents in Windows Explorer.
Encrypt and compress images: Protect image file from unauthorized access with a password. Set the level of compression used for backing up process to save time or save storage space.
Comment and edit backups: Add a comment for backup image so that it can be identified easily. Change the task name and the saved directory of backup images at anytime.
Recovery environment: Create AOMEI Backupper recovery environment and add it into Windows boot options menu so that it’s convenient to perform backup/restore operations when the system crashes.
Split and delete backups: Large backups can be split into multiple smaller image files or split to fit for fixed length media. Delete a backup task or together with its backup image files.
Export/Import Tasks and Logs Management: Export all backup tasks stored in a file which can be imported later. View what operations the program has done and record the events that occur during a backup process.
Email notification and VSS: Send backup completion status to your email by using your own mail server or AOMEI mail server to let you be informed in the results of backup. Microsoft Volume Shadow (VSS) allows you to back up files that are in use, especially for open and locked files backup.
Windows 10 (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Windows 8.1/8 (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Windows 7 (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Windows Vista (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Windows XP (all editions, both 32 & 64 bit)
Disk Partition Styles and Types
Master Boot Record (MBR) Disk
GUID Partition Table (GPT) Disk
Compatible with GPT/UEFI Boot
Compatible with Dynamic Disk Volumes
Other file systems *
* Display as RAW partition and perform a sector-by-sector backup mode.
Traditional hard disk drive (HDD), solid-state drives (SSD) and SSHD.
External hard drive (USB 1.0/2.0/3.0), PC card, All Flash Drives and Thumb Drives and other removable media.
All storage devices recognized by Windows, such as IDE, SATA, iSCSI, SCSI disk, IEEE1394 (FireWire), etc.
Hardware RAID, including RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 5, RAID 10, etc.
Network-Attached Storage (NAS) and Shared Network.
Hyper-V, Virtual box, VMware virtual disk and other virtual systems.
Multi-Language: support English, Deutsch, Français, 日本語, Dutch, Italiano, Español, Traditional Chinese, etc.