DriveImage XML 2.42

DriveImage XML is an easy to use and reliable program for imaging and backing up partitions and logical drives. Image creation uses Microsoft's Volume Shadow Services (VSS), allowing you to create safe "hot images" even from drives currently in use. Images are stored in XML files, allowing you to process them with 3rd party tools. Never again be stuck with a useless backup! Restore images to drives without having to reboot. DriveImage XML is now faster than ever, offering two different compression levels.

DriveImage XML runs under Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Vista and Windows 7 only. The program will backup, image and restore drives formatted with FAT 12, 16, 32 and NTFS.

DriveImage XML highlights:

  • Backup logical drives and partitions to image files
  • Browse images, view and extract files
  • Restore images to the same or a different drive
  • Copy directly from drive to drive
  • Schedule automatic backups
  • Run DriveImage from WinPE boot CD-ROM

Private Edition license: Private home users are allowed to use the Private Edition of DriveImage XML without charge. You are allowed to install DriveImage XML on your home PC. You must not use DriveImage XML commercially. No support is provided for the Private Edition.

Download: DriveImage XML 2.42 Private Edition | 1.9 MB (Free for personal use)
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Let me guess, the free version has limited functionality or is missing key features?

I don't even see it has incremental backups so it's a very weak product at this point. Here's a thought, maybe I have a company and consider things like that in MY evaluation. Guess you missed that possibility.

Hahaiah said,
Let me guess, the free version has limited functionality or is missing key features?

You guessed wrong. No difference is features, but they don't offer support and it can't be used in a commercial environment.

Hahaiah said,
Should be freeware until they reach the features of Macrium and True Image.

Did you somehow miss where it says:

(Free for personal use)