Bogus Clone Review – Best Disk Cloning Tool
Publisher: Bogus Clone
Review Of Bogus Clone Disk Cloning Tool
Bogus Clone is a disk cloning tool that works differently then your average disk cloning tool. As you may or may not know an average disk cloning to makes an exact image of your hard drive. So if you where backing up Windows XP with an average disk cloning program it would backup the Windows XP system including drivers, added content & added software. This is good if you plan on re installing the Operating System on the same computer or computer with the same hardware.
However their are many times when you simply want to get all of your important data from one computer to the next. And you don’t want to have to worry about what hardware you are transfering your data to. This is where Bogus Clone comes in handy.
Bogus Clone was created by Ben P. Dorsi-Todaro owner of Big Ben’s Computers & Supplies, to make his life easier when upgrading his clients computers. On multiple occasions Ben would customers requesting him to transfer data from one computer to another. Usually he would have do this manually which made him focus on a single customers computer one at a time. This is when Ben came up with the idea of creating Bogus Clone.
If Ben got a customer who needed data transferred from one computer to the next he would install Bogus Clone on their computer, fire it up and let it run. While Bogus Clone is building it’s clone for use on another computer, Ben can work on other customers computers or do what ever else he wants while the clone is being made.
Once the clone is done being made the only thing he would need to do is place the clone on the new computer. Once this is done, he would just have to click on the clone and the files from the other computer would be placed in the same locations as they where before on the old computer.
Once Bogus Clone started reaching the market many people started finding other great uses for it. Some of these uses where never intended. Bogus Clone could place the same data on multiple computers regardless of the Windows version, and the data would be placed in the same locations on all the computers. This became a great tool for offices that didn’t want to put up with a hassle of a network, and training people how to use it.
It also became a great tool for teachers who have digital content to pass around to their students. Instead of the students forgetting where they stored their teachers last lecture on their personal computer. The teacher could place the lecture in a clone using Bogus Clone. This way the teacher knows where on each students computer the lecture is without ever having to evade privacy by looking at the students computer.
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