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Suggestions on Backupper Standard Free 3.2:
Let's start to say that Aomei Backupper is an execellent product and I recommend it to everyone.
Little improvements to make it a tiny bit more user friendly than it already is:
Utilities->Explore Image->Selected a system backup that holds the C: drive but also a EFI system-partition and a Recovery partion. I did not select those two when making a backup, but anyway. When exploring the image these 3 drives are presented and checked. The system/recovery drives marked (*:) are useless to explore, so I would prefer that the drives marked with (*:) are not checked by default. Only the C: drive or other drives containing data should be checked by default.
After the images to explore are connected as a virtual disk, I would like a button in Aomei to open the Windows Explorer.exe starting with the first checked drive.
E.g. "Finish and Explore" next to the present "Finish" button.
When selecting Utilities->Explore Image the second time, you see the previously connected virtual drives. I would prefer the checkboxes to be checked by default. Or at least a button "check all". But I see no reason why they are not checked by default. If I want to detach, needed before disconnecting the external drive, I have to detach them all anyway.
My system disk holding the OS has also a lot of very big virtal disks from oracle VirtualBox. With every incremental backup they are backupped as well. For me that is not necessary. I would like an option to exclude some files or folders from a system or partition or incremental of differential backup. That would speed up the backup process.
Pagefile.sys and hibernate.sys two very large files useless to backup even for a system backup, I think they can be excluded by default. It would speed up extremely.
WinPE created on 64 bit machines only run on 64 bit machines, not on a 32 bit computer. Maybe you should warn for that when creating a WinPE bootCD on a 64 bit machine.
Keep up the good work!