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Hard Disk Manager 14 Suite

Unique, all-in-one suite to completely protect, maintain and manage your PC!

  • Every essential solution to manage today’s hard drives
  • Full range of backup, recovery and partitioning solutions
  • Fast migration to new HDDs, SSDs and virtual machines
  • Efficient disk maintenance and optimization
  • New Full Windows 8.1 Support

Hard Disk Manager 14 Suite - Discover How It Works:


Scenario 1 Partitioning for optimal performance
Scenario 2 Be prepared to restore everything back exactly like it was
Scenario 3 Protect your important data
Scenario 4 Take advantage of SSD drives
Scenario 5 Don't forget to perform secure wiping
Scenario 6 Create a bootable backup capsule for disaster recovery
Scenario 7 Make your system bootable on different hardware or in a virtual environment
Scenario 8 Continue using your old PC’s applications in a virtual environment
Scenario 9 Fully functional disaster recovery and disk management utilities in your pocket
Scenario 10 Try our new enhanced backup format - pVHD and Universal Image Mounter (UIM)
Scenario 11  Solve boot problems of uEFI+GPT configurations
Scenario 12  Copy/Restore to dissimilar sector size
Scenario 13  Enjoy Windows Storage Spaces support



Scenario 1: Partitioning for optimal performance

Partitions are the core objects of the data storage system on hard disks, SSDs and flash media. Their optimal configuration increases data security, speeds up all file system operations and allows you to place your data according to your demands.

Instead of placing all data, applications and the operating system on one partition, split it into several different partitions, change the file system type and redistribute the data. You can place operating system and applications on one volume, documents on other and media files on third. With several volumes it will be easier to service the file system, back up data and keep it safe.



Scenario 2: Be prepared to restore everything back exactly like it was

Creating archives of partitions is the best way to secure your software environment -- including the operating system, applications and data. Full copies of disks and partitions will allow you to recover your system to a working state within several minutes. Place your archives where you want them: internal or external hard disk, FTP/SFTP server, a special environment or on optical media.



Scenario 3: Protect your important data

Create both sector-level images of partitions and file-level archives of your files and folders. All file archives can form a chain of additions, thus granting the ability to reverse file changes or recover documents when disaster strikes.



Scenario 4: Take advantage of SSD drives

Thinking about upgrading to a new Solid State Drive (SSD)? Paragon’s Hard Disk Manager is just what you need. Its handy intuitive Migrate OS to SSD wizard performs fast and safe Windows migrations to new storage devices (HDD or SSD). You can move data to SSD with redundant data exclusion, allowing issue-free downsize to a smaller capacity drive.



Scenario 5: Don't forget to perform secure wiping

As your devices age, you will someday decide to get rid of them. You may sell, donate or simply throw away used computers, disk drives and removable media, but not before you wipe all your data. Even if you delete files and re-format disks, the data they contain can easily be recovered with help of special utilities. To secure sensitive information, the Hard Disk Manager Wipe wizard can help easily and securely delete data from any type of storage media.



Scenario 6: Create a bootable backup capsule for disaster recovery

Create a Backup Capsule on one of your disks. This special partition is not only the safest place to store archived images, but can also be augmented with a special bootable recovery environment. If your system refuses to start, you can just boot from the Backup Capsule to perform recovery operations or simply copy important data.



Scenario 7: Make your system bootable on different hardware or in a virtual environment

Hard Disk Manager makes your system bootable when migrating to new hardware by automatically injecting the required drivers into your operating system. If you unsuccessfully virtualized your system with a third-party tool and it was unbootable, the problem can be easily resolved.



Scenario 8: Continue using your old PC’s applications in a virtual environment

When it’s time to upgrade to a new PC and operating system, you may find that some of your favorite applications haven’t yet been updated. Using Hard Disk Manager, you can make a virtual clone of your old system before migrating to a new computer. Take advantage of an up-to-date powerful computer while still having access to favorite applications from your old computer.



Scenario 9: Fully functional disaster recovery and disk management utilities in your pocket

Use Hard Disk Manager any time you need it. Create bootable media on CD, DVD or Flash. These handy, portable versions of recovery environments are especially useful in case of disaster recovery, bare metal installation or system migration.



Scenario 10: Try our new enhanced backup format - pVHD and Universal Image Mounter (UIM)

Paragon introduces a pVHD (Paragon Virtual Hard Drive) format – a special VHD, optimized for storing backups of virtual and physical machines. It’s very efficient in handling incremental chains, data de-duplication and synchronization. pVHD allows obtaining backups that are up to four times smaller than original backup objects. Apart from PBF images, Universal Image Mounter coming with HDM 14 enables to mount pVHD backup images to browse their contents and retrieve data both, in the program and directly under Windows OS.



Scenario 11: Solve boot problems of uEFI+GPT configurations

Despite all uEFI advantages, it has one quite naughty issue: a pretty standard operation with a bootable device for instance involving its connection to another SATA port results in unbootable Windows. You’ll get the same result if trying to boot from a cloned system hard disk or from a restored hard disk. Microsoft provides how-to guides to tackle this type of problems, but they demand a great deal of experience from the user, involving the use of the cmd, diskpart and bcdedit tools.


Paragon has a better way! Introducing an elegant technology, realized at the user side as one simple option, you can define a system GPT volume you’re willing to boot from.



Scenario 12: Copy/Restore to Dissimilar Sector Size

Previously not allowed, now you can for instance copy or restore contents of a 512-byte hard disk to a 4k hard disk with no additional actions from your side.



Scenario 13: Enjoy Windows Storage Spaces Support

Windows 8 has come with a storage management feature called the storage spaces. It enables to easily manage large storage pools. In fact it's an expandable virtual container of defined data size, allowing users to add it as many physical drives as they want until the defined virtual disk’s limit is reached. This makes it easy to include additional storage devices without having to set up and manage each attached physical storage drive.


HDM 14 completely supports Windows storage spaces.





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