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Clickfree has released its newest storage solution offering care-free, data backup, the C6 Easy Imaging portable and desktop hard drives. These new HDDs offer total computer backup as they make images containing not only personal files but also applications and Windows operating systems, along with all the juice it needs from a spare USB port. You an catch the portable version right now in the US and Canada for $140 (500GB) / $180 (1TB) and the desktop model goes for $150 (1TB) / $180 (2TB)………….

 

Clickfree, the inventors of effortless automatic backup announced Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging, the first Total Computer Backup product that makes it easy to back up and restore everything on a PC including personal files (photos, videos, music, emails, spreadsheets, illustrations, documents, and 500+ other types), software programs and the Windows operating system. Designed for non-technical consumers and small business owner-operators, Clickfree has taken the difficult process of backing up and restoring virtually everything on a computer and made it effortless. To perform a full image backup, just plug the Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging drive in to the computer’s USB port and Clickfree Patented EASY Run will automatically launch and begin backing up everything on the computer. That’s as technical as it gets. If a computer crashes due to a software malfunction or virus attack, EASY Fix will restore all the personal files, software applications and the operating system. Up until now, PC users have had to compromise between backing up only part of their computer with regular file based backup system, or trying to figure out how to use a complex imaging product to backup their entire computer. Clickfree combines its EASY Run technology with imaging capabilities, resulting in a no-compromise solution for total computer protection that is unparalleled in its ease-of-use.

 

Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging takes a very different approach to an image backup than other products. Current solutions combine personal files, software programs and the Windows operating system into one. Clickfree categorizes the user’s personal files as one category, and the software programs and Windows operating system as another. This provides the ability to repair only the portion of the backup that has been lost or damaged on the computer, from the original backup on the Clickfree. Additionally, competitive products require the user to reinstall everything even if only a portion of their backup needs to be. If they only need to reinstall the software and operating system, they MUST reinstall the data as well, which means a long reimaging process and reverting to the last backed up version, which can result in overwriting recent changes to personal files. With Clickfree, consumers have a choice. If they only want restore personal files, not the software programs or operating system, simply using the EASY Restore function will restore all of the PC’s personal file backups. The personal files can be restored on a new hard drive or an entirely new computer, making it a great way to move content from an old computer to a new one.

 

To repair software programs and the Windows operating system, simply use EASY Fix reinstalls just the necessary files. To restore personal files and software programs and the Windows o/s to different points in time, EASY Fix can do that too. For example, personal files can be restored to how they were 10 minutes ago, while the software programs and Windows operating system can be restored to 2 weeks or 6 months ago. These points in time are completely user defined. Because competitive imaging products reinstall all of the PC’s personal files, software and operating system as one, it typically takes hours, perhaps even a full day, to get a computer back up and running. But with Clickfree, consumers can be back in business often within minutes. Clickfree compares what’s currently on the computer to the original image backup, repairing only the elements that have been damaged or lost, saving hours and hours of precious time. Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging can hold the backups for as many computers as needed, and is limited only by the available space on the Clickfree drive. Computers running different Windows operating systems can be backed up to the same Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging drive, Clickfree supports Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. All that is required is a free USB port and at least 100MB of free space on the computer(s) being backed up. Clickfree C6 EASY Imaging is available now from Clickfree.com and other major electronics retailers in Canada and the U.S. It comes in both portable and desktop sizes. Capacities and prices follow:Canada & U.S. Portable Desktop: 500GB $140 1TB $180; 1TB $150 2TB $180.

 

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5 Responses

  1. Whosemarie Says:

    Question:  If I backup a Windows XP computer (that I’m planning to wipe and sell), will I be able to move the files to a new Windows 7 PC?

    Posted on August 23rd, 2011 at 10:55 PM

  2. Kjelldahl Says:

    Hi! Can I  clone my ClickFree HD-image to a SSD?

    Posted on April 7th, 2012 at 12:36 AM

  3. free storage online Says:

    A file transfer service provides
    a number of packages to opt as per one’s requirement.

    To know perfectly how
    to send a file, you should go through the plans and packages carefully as
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    free storage online

    Posted on May 18th, 2012 at 6:10 PM

  4. free storage online Says:

    A file transfer service provides
    a number of packages to opt as per one’s requirement.

    To know perfectly how
    to send a file, you should go through the plans and packages carefully as
    described on the service provider’s website. 
    free storage online

    Posted on May 18th, 2012 at 6:12 PM

  5. Bev137 Says:

    I have the Click C2, purchased from QVC a couple of years ago. Is there an update for it to upgrade for Windows 8?

    If not, that’s really bad and means I have to buy a new Clickfree every couple of years because a new version of Windows is released!!! It’s won’t be happening I’m afraid, not at the cost of them! Please tell me there is an update for it.

    Posted on January 24th, 2013 at 11:22 PM

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