Paragon Drive Copy 11 Compact (English Version)

You no longer need to spend hours performing tedious, complicated re-installations when upgrading your PC. Take all the best from the system you’re used to - and simply move it to the new hard drive. The operation requires no system restart and is completely safe for your data. You can continue working on your computer until the migration is over, and then - your new hard disk is the exact duplicate of your old one, with all your software ready to go.

Drive Copy 11 Compact includes handy intuitive wizard performs fast and safe Windows migrations to new Solid State Drives and even downsizes to smaller capacity drives, thanks to advanced new data exclusion capabilities. You can transfer a live system with no impact to your work, and have your partitions automatically aligned in the process if needed.
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298 votes Vote

Make it portable. ie installation on a USB stick.

Beagle, 25.05.2011, 07:04
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116 votes Vote

Whole portable Paragon Suite available on USB-Stick (incl. e.g. B&R, Drive Copy, Go Virtual etc.)

Erich Leisch, 25.05.2011, 07:40
51 votes Vote

migrate to a new hardware

Shlomi, 25.05.2011, 09:11
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49 votes Vote

Add ability to dual boot new drive for migrating a WIN system to linux and/or MAC

Laurel, 25.05.2011, 07:28
30 votes Vote

...Have P2V operations included, especially as many free P2V tools exist already.

howard dyckoff, 25.05.2011, 09:46
17 votes Vote

have the ability to use a wizard to transfer individual programs between systems through a thump drive or sd card

hambonio, 25.05.2011, 14:19
2 votes Vote

identify software running on 32 bit xp platform when transferring to 64bit windows 7

john lyons, 25.05.2011, 19:58
2 votes Vote

format the hard disk,choose a new os and apply my old softwares in there.

Vikram Chakraborty, 25.05.2011, 20:45
2 votes Vote

Get it installed.... The product took me only to a page to register for only a news letter... hmmm????

I would need to try it out to answer any questions on its performance.
David Rice, 26.05.2011, 00:01