How to Clone Hard Drive with a Free Drive Cloning Software: iSumsoft Cloner Review

Clone your Windows OS / C drive

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Clone your Windows OS / C drive

Making a copy of your Windows system or disk partition is quite simple. First of all, connect an empty external hard drive or make sure that you have another drive installed on your computer. On the iSumsoft Cloner app, on the top left, you will find a Copy icon. Click on that. You will then see a list of all the drives and partitions that are currently available on the computer. You can also see the drive letter, the total size in the drive/partition, available space on the drive and the file system format.

The drive which you want to make a copy/clone of is the source target. Click on “select a source target” drop-down icon and select the drive which you want to make a copy of. Then under the “Select a destination target”, select the drive to which you want the files to be copied onto. Make sure that you have backed-up all the data from the “destination target” drive as the software will format the drive for the cloning process. Once that is done, click on start.

The cloning process will start and you can see the data copied and time remaining on the status area. The required time to copy will depend on the size of the data and also on your computer specification. You will get a popup once the cloning process is finished.

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