Partition Software to Copy Disk on Windows

Why do users need to copy disk on Windows? Many users may raise this question. In fact, users should make a disk copy under the following circumstances.
1. Users want to replace the damaged disk with a new one.
2. Users need to upgrade the smaller disk to a larger one.
3. Users want to back up the important data in the disk.

Thus it can be seen copying disk on Windows is rather useful for disk management as well as data protection. And another issue comes: how to copy disk on Windows successfully and securely.

How to Copy Disk on Windows

To help users achieve this goal, MiniTool Partition Wizard is released with copy feature for both disk and partition. To copy disk on Windows will do users favors because if the source disk breaks down or gets a virus invasion, users can still find the files on the target disk. Then, we are going to demonstrate the tutorials of how to copy disk on Windows.

Note:
1. Boot disk can’t be selected as the target disk to hold the copy of source disk.
2. The target disk must be equal or larger than the source disk.
3. All the data on the target disk will be overwritten.

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Step 1. Launch MiniTool Partition Wizard to reach the main interface. Select a disk (disk 1) which needs to be copied as the source disk. And then choose a preferred way to start the task of copying disk 1.

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Step 2. Select disk 3 as the target disk. This is to say, a copy of the whole content of disk 1 will be created in disk 3. Click “Next” to continue.

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Step 3. Click “Next” to go back to the main interface.

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Step 4. Activate “Apply” button to begin the copy.

After finishing these steps, the task of disk copy has been accomplished. With the demonstration above, we guess users can grasp the method of how to copy disk on Windows for data protection and disk management easily. In addition, the partition manager is also provided with other practical features. Click here to know more.

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