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Aomei Backupper
#1
I have not tried Aomei Backupper. I would like to know, is it light, reliable and fast?

Aomei Backupper Standard/Pro users, please share your experience here..

Your system (OS) and RAM, and what you backup, system partition, data partition, and partitions used/free space, etc.
How much time for Full backup?
How much time for Incremental backup?
How much time  to Restore?

Any issues or anything you would like to mention or suggest?
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#2
I tried it. Incremental is too slow...the issue is, every backup run re-scans the full partition...its a poor implementation and backup takes a long time to complete... I didn't like Aomei Backupper Pro.
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#3
Thank you for this useful information.
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#4
(01-28-2018 , 06:56 AM)arnarana Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Incremental is too slow...
Hmmm... slow and steady wins the race Tongue
there's a user I know who has lots of experience using Aomei backupper free version. But he is from another forum. Just thought to let u know.
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#5
Please see this Benchmark result...

Comparing 20 Drive Imaging Software Backup/Restore Speed and Image Size:
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You will get some idea from the result!
I think AOMEI doing very well..


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(01-30-2018 , 04:39 PM)whizkidraj Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.
(01-28-2018 , 06:56 AM)arnarana Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Incremental is too slow...
Hmmm... slow and steady wins the race Tongue
there's a user I know who has lots of experience using Aomei backupper free version. But he is from another forum. Just thought to let u know.
Its an age old lie to encourage slower people Big Grin

You are slow..., I already tested Aomei Tongue
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(01-30-2018 , 05:07 PM)ahmed Wrote: You are not allowed to view links. Register or Login to view.Please see this Benchmark result...

Comparing 20 Drive Imaging Software Backup/Restore Speed and Image Size:
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You will get some idea from the result!
I think AOMEI doing very well..


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Its an old review and not applicable to newer or latest version.

Some products have improved and innovated.

Macrium have improved a lot. "Rapid Restore" is the fastest in the imaging world.

Aomei have improved but their backup technic is still slow and old. They still re-scan the full data on every backup run.
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