1. EASUS Todo Backup:
EASUS Todo Backup is one the most Software for Windows,the software allows you to encrypt the full system images that can be compressed at a fairly high
level so as to occupy less space on the disk.
2. Comodo Backup:
Comodo Backup is one of the best free backup solutions available in the market today for home users.
3. AOMEI Backupper Standard:
The software also offers password protection and full encryption, and has is the ability to mount a backed-up image as a virtual local drive, which allows users to
explore the image just like a standard Windows installation.
4. Paragon Backup and Recovery:
Paragon Backup and Recovery comes with much the same set of features as the ones above it on the list, but it does have a cool little trick up its sleeve unlike
some of its competitors.
5. Genie Timeline Free:
Genie Timeline Free easily has one of the most user-friendly interfaces among all the programs listed here (bar one, we’ll come to that later) on the list.
6. Free Easis Drive Cloning:
The backs up not just the sectors with actual data but also the free sectors in a disk, which means, backing up a 250GB partition with just 10GB of data will
actually result in a 250GB image file.
7. Personal Backup:
If data backup is all you want, you should take a look at Personal Backup, which can backup your data on a local disk, and external drive, a network device or an
Crashplan has quite a few options that are aimed at the enterprise, but it does offer a free option that works well for the home user.
9. Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows:
Veeam Agent for Microsoft Windows is a fairly long name for what was originally released a couple of years ago as Veeam Endpoint Backup Free.
10. HDClone Free:
HDClone Free does offer its users a free edition, but it’s severely handicapped in terms of its features as compared to the paid versions.