Unlimited Giveaway EaseUS Disk Copy Pro v3.8 Free License [Windows]

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EaseUS Disk Copy Pro 3.8 Free License :​

Disk Copy Pro by EaseUS normally costs $29 for a year, get it for free by following the below instructions.

Download the installer from here(47.4 MB) and activate the Pro version with the below code.

License Code : H2UHZ-M1W72-GJQ3F-ZD7GM-M47HW


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Apr 13, 2014
EaseUS Disk Copy is a safe and effective disk cloning software that allows you to make the same (identical) copy hard disk or SSD. It allows you to clone source disk/partition(s) to the target disk/partition(s) “as is” or resized proportionally. It is possible to clone a larger disk to a smaller one, provided that the smaller hard disk has enough capacity to fit the contents of the larger disk.

You can run Disk Copy from a live Windows operating system or a bootable disk based on Windows WinPE.

This software provides physical 1:1 copies of hard disks or SSD regardless of your operating system, file systems, and partition scheme. Also, the “sector by sector” option enables you to copy 100% identical to the original.

EaseUS Disk Copy Pro will be useful for HDD/SSD copy, cloning, or upgrading your original small hard drive to a new large drive. Simply speaking, it can copy anything from an old hard drive including deleted, lost files, and inaccessible data.


  1. The built-in burning feature automatically creates a bootable CD/DVD or USB disk to copy the entire disk easily.
  2. Partition copy: copy one partition to another sector by sector with a bootable CD.
  3. Disk copy: clone one disk to another sector by sector with a bootable CD.
  4. “Sector by sector” copy option: make physical 1:1 copies (clones) of hard disk and partition which make sure 100% identical to the original.
  5. A friendly graphical user interface.
  6. Support hard disks up to 16 TB.
  7. Safe and easy way to copy all or part of HDD/SSD to another hard drive.


New Member
Oct 24, 2021
Sounds cool, is soon about to upgrade a system HDD to an SDD and maybe this can help out. Don't expect to win but thanks for the info - will look into it.

Oh, it's up at the top. Will try and figure it out. Thanks!

Maybe I need pro if it's the system drive(?)