R drive image 7 review:
A disk image is a computer file that contains the contents and structure of a specific disk or data storage device. R-Drive Image is a highly reliable software solution to back up and restore such disk images. It also helps with mass system deployment, allowing users to manually set up one system and then deploy it to multiple identical computers.
The program allows you to create full (everything), incremental, and differential images; verify them; copy a disk to another disk; mount images as virtual disks and browse / recover individual files or folders; and supports Microsoft's FAT (16/32/64), NTFS, and exFAT; Apples HFS+ and APFS; the Little and Big Endian variants of UFS1/UFS2 and Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 FS (Linux); and hardware RAID (Windows, Linux, and mdadm). The software has very low CPU and RAM usage during backups, making it a good choice for large systems.
R-Drive Image offers plenty of resources for its users, including a FAQ page with problem solutions and tutorials, a Knowledge Base page, and an official forum. Moreover, the company regularly gives its first-time buyers a significant discount on the product's price. The only downside is that the program's interface has a reputation for being archaic and old-school. This may discourage some users from using it. Fortunately, it's getting better with each release.