Open Source EaseUS ToDo BackUp Alternatives

    The best open source alternative to EaseUS ToDo BackUp is Clonezilla, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 25 alternatives to EaseUS ToDo BackUp and nine of them is open source so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting open source alternatives to EaseUS ToDo BackUp are Duplicati (Free, Open Source), Rescuezilla (Free, Open Source), Win32 Disk Imager (Free, Open Source) and Redo Rescue (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated Sep 12, 2021

    1. Clonezilla is a free software disaster recovery, disk cloning and deployment solution.
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      Clonezilla vs EaseUS ToDo BackUp opinions
      Most users think Clonezilla is a great alternative to EaseUS ToDo BackUp.
      Open Source, does everything that EaseUS Todo Backup does. Have used it in a regular basis to image 100s of PCs at the same time, and use it today to clone disks and make full-disk backups.
      Positive comment about 2 years ago

      The ability to use multiple different Linux utilities in a separate boot device can make for perfect disk backups and restores. Many options for resizing exist if restoring to a different drive. Compression is also available for the backups. Open source software on top of all that.
      Positive comment over 3 years ago

    2. Duplicati is a backup client that securely stores encrypted, incremental, compressed backups on local storage, cloud storage services and remote file servers. The Duplicati project was inspired by Duplicity and had similar functionality until 2008.
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    3. Rescuezilla is a free, easy-to-use hard drive disk cloning and imaging application that boots as a live USB. Rescuezilla is fully interoperable with Clonezilla. This means that backups created by Clonezilla, can be restored with Rescuezilla (and vice versa).
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    4. A utility that can write a raw backup image of your hard drive to a removable device or vice versa.
      Win32 Disk Imager vs EaseUS ToDo BackUp opinions
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      Win32 Disk Imager is great for making images out of USB sticks or writing disk images said USB sticks, but not for general disk cloning or complex backups, which is exactly what Clonezilla and Todo Backup both do.
      Negative comment about 2 years ago

    5. Redo Rescue can backup and restore an entire system in minutes, with a point-and-click interface anyone can use. Bare metal restore to a new, blank drive and be up and running in minutes. Supports saving to and restoring from local disks or shared network drives.
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    6. Areca Backup is a file backup software which can be run on Windows or Linux. It creates backup copies (which can be encrypted and compressed) of your files and stores them on external drives, USB keys, FTP servers, supporting incremental, differential and full backups.


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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Linux
      FSArchiver is a system tool that allows you to save the contents of a file system to a compressed archive file. The file system can be restored on a partition which has a different size and it can be restored on a different file system.
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      • FreeOpen Source
      • Windows
      • Drive SnapShot
      snaprunner is a wrapper script in Python which adds some functionality to Drive SnapShot. It's an open source command line script and can be used and extended by anyone.
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    7. ODIN (Open Disk Imager in a Nutshell) is a utility for easy backup of hard drive volumes or complete hard drives under Windows. A disk image can be created or restored. Only used clusters can be backuped, compression on the fly is possible.


      The project is no longer developed. Last version, 0.34, released in October 2011, can be still downloaded from SourceForge.

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