AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.6 Review [Freeware]

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Doris, the author of this post, is from Marketing Department AOMEI Technology. These are his words about the AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.6 and provided for information purposes only. and its admins take no responsibility for the outcomes of this post. BTW, AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.6 is free to use.

You never know what may happen to your computers and data in it tomorrow. It is wise to back up your files at certain intervals. For that, there are a lot of free backup software products available on the Internet. AOMEI Backupper Standard 4.0.6 is one such software that we are going to look in this review. It is one of the most popular free data backup tools available on the market today. This free version offers a lot of options that other tools do not offer.

As soon as you launch the program, it opens up an interface that has five toolbar at the left Window. All backups are listed on Home. The main features of the backup tools can be accessed by clicking tab, including Backup, Restore, Clone and Utilities. The below is what we can call a Home screen of this software, it is designed to be simple for any layman to understand and use this amazing and powerful software. It is known as the easiest backup software.

Backup Features

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AOMEI Backupper Standard support backup system, disks, partitions and files or folders. It also supports Full Backup where there’s differential backup, incremental backup and schedule backup. With Disk Imaging and regular backing up your important data, the pain of losing precious information is no longer an issue. In just a couple of clicks, you should be able to recover everything back to its original state. AOMEI Backupper Standard also support file sync, which has the ability to synchronize multiple pairs of folders or files, easy and quick to update two folders in two different places.

Restore Features

AOMEI Backupper Standard support system restore, files restore, disk/partition restore, and selective file restore. When disaster happens (e.g. system crash, virus infection, accidental error), you can restore everything back to its original state or retrieve lost/deleted data.

Clone Features

AOMEI Backupper Standard is also free partition and disk cloning software, support disk and partition clone. It enables you to transfer data, upgrade hard drive with faster SSD, and replace old smaller HDD with new larger one.

Other Useful Tools

What’s more, there are many other useful features included in AOMEI Backupper Standard Edition. With these functions, you can manage your backups even better. They are: Explore and check image, Export and import logs, and Create bootable rescue media.

Some advanced functions are not available in the free version. You will need to get the professional edition that costs $39.95 to gain more features like system clone, universal restore, event-triggered schedule backups, backup scheme, PXE boot tool etc. For just additional $10, you can get the lifetime upgrade service. There is of course a 30-day free trial for paid versions that you can try before buying.

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Last Words

AOMEI Backupper Standard is really great free data backup software that can help users to back up their system and files in the way that they want. It is really easy to use and has lots of flexible backup options and useful tools to protect users’ data from losing.

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6 Responses

  1. Bruce Fraser says:

    Is this a joke?
    Someone from the marketing department of a business writes an article telling how wonderful their product is, and you call it a “review”? Perti, this is a serious blow to your credibility.
    I’ve nothing against Aomei Backupper. In fact, I think it’s the best free backup tool out there, and use it regularly. But please be honest: this was an advertisement, NOT a review!

    • Perti says:

      It was not an advertisement. The software reviewed is free and is open for freeware. If the article was sponsored, I would have mentioned it. I know you guys trust me and I will never break the trust. I read the post before publishing and found no bias or exaggeration. I can be wrong, so there are you to make the wrong right. *”you” means all of you.

      I am alone writer here. I have had James many years ago but he left without any words. There are so many things I want to write about, but I cannot. I cannot spare the time and feels so helpless. Yes, people come and offer to write here but I cannot hire them. I have not made ThePerti (and ComputeLogy) a money machine. I have spent from my own pocket for many years to keep the wheel running. How can I pay them and no one wants to write for free.

      So, to compensate my time, I put a few ads a few days ago. Now I am thinking to remove them because those are just lessening the readability. I can easily make more than a couple of thousands Euros monthly by letting sponsored post appear on but I have not done it yet. I have been asked many times for sponsored posts. If I ever let sponsored post appear here, it will be clearly mentioned.

      I missed one point. So, I am letting them write about their freeware. It lessens my burden and the info travels to you all. I have full control over my channel (I assume) and I will try my best not to provide any info unproved. When someone submits the post, I get all the rights to modify, publish, unpublish, or trash it.

      It is very late night here and weekend. So if I miss anything, just ask.


  2. Bruce Fraser says:

    Once again, I need to apologize.
    The word “advertisement” almost always means the source paid to place it there. I didn’t mean it that way, although that’s what is obviously implied. I think you are a person of integrity, and would not take payment without disclosing it.
    I meant it in the sense that what the marketing department of a business puts out is advertising. Even if it’s well done, even if it’s for free, it’s still advertising. Poor choice of wording on my part.
    Calling it a “review” is also poor choice of wording. The word “review” almost always means a critical evaluation written by an unbiased third party. This article clearly does not fit that criteria.
    At least you stated the author’s background right at the start of the article. Good for you on that.

    • Perti says:

      Hey Bruce,
      There is a very narrow line between advertisement and advertisement. 🙂
      Agree about the review part. Do you suggest something to replace the word Review?

      • Bruce Fraser says:

        Instead of “review”?
        * Description of features
        * Recommendation
        * Assessment
        * Promotion (although this often means “special deal”)
        * Evaluation
        * Article
        None of these pack the same punch as “review.” But that’s all I can think of right now.

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