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hi all,

newbie, apprec quick clarification;

thinking to use wintousb (or wintohdd) to create bootable image of win7 installation - idea being to keep an image (status as of date of clone), so as able to re-image back to same laptop - basically backup/restore to point in time;

would this be acceptable usage scenario?
which more appropriate, wintousb or wintohdd?

tia/rgds
spc
(08-19-2016, 07:56 PM)synpc1 Wrote: [ -> ]hi all,

newbie, apprec quick clarification;

thinking to use wintousb (or wintohdd) to create bootable image of win7 installation - idea being to keep an image (status as of date of clone), so as able to re-image back to same laptop - basically backup/restore to point in time;

would this be acceptable usage scenario?
which more appropriate, wintousb or wintohdd?

tia/rgds
spc

You should use WinToHDD to clone a Windows To Go workspace back to a internal hard drive.