AOMEI Backupper Professional offers you all the basic backup and restore solutions as well as extra features, including system backup, disk backup, file backup, selective file restore, differential backup, backup when USB plug in, etc. As one of the best enterprise backup software, AOMEI Backupper provides one-click backup system drive function for you to create a system image backup of Windows 10 easily and quickly. AOMEI Backupper automatically protects your Windows 10 from different dimensions.
AOMEI Backupper supports files & folders backup, system backup, disk backup, partition backup, system restore, disk & partition restore, disk partition clone and more. Users can easily master some professional backup and restore technology through friendly interface (or GUI).
Version 5.3 (Released 2019-10-09)
- 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.
How to Create a System Image Backup of Windows 10 with AOMEI Backupper?
Step 1. Download the free trial of AOMEI Backupper Professional. Open AOMEI Backupper Professional, Click Backup and then select System Backup.
Step 2. It will select the source partition for you, so you just need to select the prepared USB as destination path. Also, you can backup Windows 10 to external hard drive, NAS, network location, etc. Then, click Start Backup and wait for the process.
Step3, now you have created Windows 10 system image in minutes.
With AOMEI Backupper, you can click Schedule and then select settings as per your need. It can help you minimize the risk of data loss. You can also click Scheme and set custom backup scheme to delete old backup automatically. AOMEI Backupper is a free backup software that can help you to create a bootable media first or directly use the PXE boot tool to start your computer and restore the image under the recovery environment. Try it now!