Quarterdeck DiskClone

DiskClone copies the entire contents of one hard drive -- operating system, programs, settings and data -- to another drive, internal or external. The program can be used to image a hard drive, backup contents or restore a damaged drive. Quarterdeck Australia claims that DiskClone is faster, more flexible (supports FAT32 and allows partitions larger than 2.1GB) and easy to use than the competition. DiskClone supports Windows 98, 95, 3.1 and NT; OS/2; Netware; Unix (and Linux); and DOS.

DiskClone Regular Strength will be avilable in March for $69.95.

DiskClone Extra Strength will be avilable in April for $99.95.

A $10 mail-in rebate is available on these products until June 30.

DiskClone Corporate, with scripting abilities and bundled with Partition-It Extra Strength, will be available in April in sets of 25 at $30 per seat.

For further product information, call 1800 659 041.

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