HDClone Free Edition 6.0.7

3.8 out of 5 stars 3.8 (38 votes)


Unix, Windows (All) / Freeware / 5,117 downloads

HDClone is the ideal tool for moving or cloning contents of entire hard disks. Since it works on physical level it can be used with any operating system and any filesystem. HDClone copies the data for you. This allows you to transfer entire system installations to a newer hard disk quickly and easily (hard disk migration). It also adds the additional disk space automatically if desired. Since HDClone has its own operating system and is self-booting, it can be used even if the installed operating system is damaged. Therefore HDClone is also a great solution for data rescue on damaged hard disks or system installations. The commercial versions HDClone Basic Edition, HDClone Standard Edition, HDClone Professional Edition, and HDClone Enterprise Edition offer extended features.

The Free Edition allows cloning ATA/SATA/USB media with up to 300 MB/min.

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  • Latest Changes

    - Supports Windows 10

    - Support USB 3.1 disks

    - New CopyEngine

    - Bluetooth keyboards and mice

    - New Launcher menu

Reviews of HDClone Free Edition

  1. 5 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 4.3.2 (May 4, 2013)

    good program
    I have seen O&O DiskImage Pro fail more than one time

  2. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 4.2.1 (Sep 20, 2012)

    The free edition is basically useless if you have any partitions, there are is an array of alternatives that you pay for but I feel you can do far better than any of them.

  3. 1 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 4.2.1 (Sep 19, 2012)

    Just disregard this hobbled junk and go buy O&O DiskImage Pro for $30 and you are set. That program gets it done - seriously well.

  4. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 4.1.3 (Feb 3, 2012)

    LOL ... 83 Euros for Pro Edition illustrated ... low rating for low value.

  5. 2 out of 5 stars

    Reviewing 3.8.2 (Oct 2, 2009)

    There're better free software that do the same and more that this...

Discuss HDClone Free Edition

  1. Sep 23, 2010 - 5:17 AM

    I was cloning two h.d.s , one with immenent failure issues. Being that the replaacement hard drive was oe, factory, the model numbers were identical and the drive numbers were different than my computer. So I had 7 seconds of cloning which removed my operating system. I KNOW THERE'S SOME WAY i Cn retrieve my data isn't there?