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PARAGON Hard Disk Manager 25th Anniversary - FREE

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PARAGON Hard Disk Manager 25th Anniversary - FREE

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This promotion is pretty amazing, you actually get 3 utilities on one:

- Partition manager
Optimize your hard disk capacity use. It allows you to quickly adjust the hard disk into easily manageable partitions and ensure an optimized hard disk structure.

- Disk wiper
To decrease the possibility of other people getting their hands on your data by erasing the data disposing of a hard disk.

- Backup & Recovery
Restore data from backups, including an entire hard disk or its partitions, individual files or folders. Add password protection to backups. Import and restore any backup within WinPE.

You can create a Bootable USB stick where you can clone a hard drive to an image file, and restore back to another hard drive or even computer, and resize partitions as needed after a restore all with one utility!
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Can the "Disk wiper" do non- partition-destructive free-space-only wipe? Or does it really mean "Disk" wiper?
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Thanks OP. Ive used this in the past and it's been great. Cheers !!
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chatbox wrote: Can the "Disk wiper" do non- partition-destructive free-space-only wipe? Or does it really mean "Disk" wiper?
I believe it can wipe un-allocated space as well!
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never heard of this company. Are they reliable?
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escape1975 wrote: I believe it can wipe un-allocated space as well!
Do we know what features are not included by this "Limited Edition"?
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I can testify that Paragon Hard Disk Manager is a great product.
I had used it over nearly a decade when I was using Windows machines.
It had saved me from many hard disk problems in the past.

Now that I am using Linux machines and thus said farewell to it a few years ago :)
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I have a Windows 10 desktop with a spinning hard disk. It has an open slot for an NVMe SSD. I want to buy such an NVMe SSD and make it into the C: boot partition (and for virtual memory/swap file), cloning the current C: partition of the spinning hard disk into the SSD. Would this software allow me to do it easily (minimal knowledge / minimal manual intervention required)? I don't want to have to reinstall Windows, and don't really want to have to backup/restore, just want to "clone" my C: boot partition with minimal fuss. Thanks.
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Was looking for a good backup and recovery. This will do. Thanks OP Thumbs Up Sign
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chatbox wrote: Do we know what features are not included by this "Limited Edition"?
I couldn't find any good answer to that question anywhere ...

There was an older anniversary edition that was missing some features but the new one seems pretty good.
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escape1975 wrote: It's under expired deals ?!

Anyways, I just found it after trying to find a free alternative to Macrium Reflect.
Not sure how it ended up expired glad that people are liking it and finding it useful. Good one
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Does this securely wipe SSD's? Because I know that the disk wiping process for spinning hard drives is very damaging to SSD's.
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SillyRabbit wrote: Does this securely wipe SSD's? Because I know that the disk wiping process for spinning hard drives is very damaging to SSD's.
you should only secure wipe according to the manufacturer recommendation, some have built in functionality, I have used it on samsung SSDs before. as an added protection, you can encrypt your drives with bitlocker for windows. linux has encryption options too

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