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    Macrium Reflect Alternatives with feature 'Portable'

    The best alternative to Macrium Reflect is Clonezilla, which is both free and Open Source. If that doesn't suit you, our users have ranked more than 50 alternatives to Macrium Reflect and eight of them are so hopefully you can find a suitable replacement. Other interesting alternatives to Macrium Reflect are Rescuezilla (Free, Open Source), Redo Rescue (Free, Open Source), Macrorit Disk Partition Expert (Free Personal) and Drive SnapShot (Paid).

    This page was last updated Nov 4, 2021

    1. Clonezilla is a free software disaster recovery, disk cloning and deployment solution.
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      Clonezilla vs Macrium Reflect opinions
      Some users think Clonezilla is a great alternative to Macrium Reflect, some don't.
      It just works on Linux, while Macrium does not work on Linux.
      Top positive comment  almost 2 years ago

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      Clonezilla is open source and free to use, plus clones 40+ PC simultaneously, and works on Win, Mac and Linux. Easy & secure backup, cloning, recovery to/from local, cloud, network, external or USB drives.
      Top positive comment  over 1 year ago

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      kccricket Clonezilla doesn't yet support block-level cloning of Mac APFS filesystems.
      Top negative comment  almost 2 years ago

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      elnath78 With Clonezilla you cannot take live image of the disk while you are actually working.
      Negative comment 11 months ago

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      Clonezilla is much faster at imaging linux disks than Macrium.
      Positive comment almost 2 years ago

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    2. 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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    3. 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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      It works with very little compromise.
      Positive comment almost 5 years ago

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    4. Macrorit Disk Partition Expert Free Edition is powerful free partition software allows you to extend partition (especially for system partition), settle low disk space problem, manage disk space easily on MBR and GUID partition table (GPT) disk.
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      Macrorit Disk Partition Expert vs Macrium Reflect opinions
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      poppabearten Does not do system imaging (full disk image backup)
      Positive comment 6 months ago

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      It is a partition Manager, not a Disk Imager.
      Negative comment over 1 year ago

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    5. A fast and inexpensive imaging tool. Very simple yet powerful, following the KISS methodology. Can be run as a portable app, thereby opening up a lot of possibilities. For instance, I use it to remotely back up all the computers on our network via command line and PSEXE.
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    6. Create and restore raw disk images. This tool is designed to write a raw disk image to a disk or vice versa. Can be useful for making GNU/Linux install disks from "hybrid iso"-s, embedded development, and much more.
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      MKSBackup is a free front-end for common backup tools like MS Windows ntbackup, and it successor wbadmin, Un*x tools like tar, but also popular ghettoVCB to backup Virtual Machine on VMware ESX(i) host.

      Discontinued

      The product seems to be no longer updated. Last version, 1.0.3, released in March 2013, can be still downloaded from the official website.

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    7. diskpart is a command-line hard disk partitioning utility included in versions of the Windows NT operating system line from Windows 2000 onwards, replacing fdisk which was used in MS-DOS based operating systems.
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