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I am surprised at how positive other reviews here are - this must result from lack of experience or lack of acquaintance with the software. EaseUS Partition Master is a crude chinese copy (some might say rip-off) of Powerquest's PartitionMagic V8.0, which was an excellent partition manager for OS up to WinXP, but which has not been updated to run under Win7 or later. At first I thought it was just clumsily implemented - functional, but with poor & ambiguous translation - for eg the distinction between RECOVER (from data loss) and RESTORE (of a backup) is critical - but is lost on them.
But I now recognise it is much more dangerous than this. First, a cloned HDD (made using the Linux bootable from USB) is faulty, and requires your Win startup disk to repair it (see https:support.microsoft.comen-uskb2004518). This is quite a nuisance - dangerous only if you are a novice or lack a windows recovery disk.
The killer is in the partition operations, some of which require exiting from windows and auto-running a file after reboot. I have tried this only twice, and on each occasion Partition Master failed to find the batch file it needed on reboot. On the second of these occasions I was aiming to restore the OS partition from a cloned disk created as a backup. EaseUS corrupted the partition table on the SOURCE disk, so ruining my backup. How it did this, when it should only have been reading from it, I don't know...and don't care either.
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