Hard Disk Manager 14 Adds Windows 8.1, 10 Support
Developer Paragon Software Group has announced the release of Hard Disk Manager 14, the latest edition of its drive partitioning, backup, copying and management suite which now comes with Windows 8.1 support
Paragon Software Group has announced the release of Hard Disk Manager 14, which is the the latest edition of its drive partitioning, backup, copying and management suite. The biggest news, without a doubt, is the fact that it now brings support to Windows 8.1, so you can safely use its functions.
Maybe you want to migrate your existing installation onto a fast, new drive? Hard Disk Manager Suite can copy individual partitions or full hard drives. You’re able to exclude any files you don’t want transferred. And it doesn’t matter if the new system is different to the older one. Hard Disk Manager will resize your partitions accordingly; it’ll move 512-byte to 4KB sectors without problems, and the program can even make your system bootable again in a new hardware environment.
Also, BitLocker and Windows Storage Spaces support has been added. pVHD is a new optimized container format that has been added for increased efficieny with smaller backup files, improved performance and stability. Here are some other new features that Hard Disk Manager 14 comes with:
- Complete uEFI support: bootable GPT/uEFI-compatible Backup Capsule
- Ability to estore a backup to a drive with a different section size
- Linux Recovery Environment has been enhanced with support for more hardware devices
- Express Launcher now has a Windows 8 look
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