Serious Discussion Hasleo Backup Suite 3.0 launches with file backups and other improvements

roger_m

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Hasleo Backup Suite V3.5

I wonder the check/verify backups feature is there already?

Also, no cloud backup and no built-in ransomware protection

Good. I'm glad. This is an imaging utility not a suite. I understand your confusing, given its name, but we don't need another acronis-like monstrosity imaging program.

Is it scriptable yet?
 

piquiteco

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I wonder the check/verify backups feature is there already?
There is already yesterday I made a backup with Hasleo Backup Suite v3.4 and did the image verification, Hasleo Backup Suite works very well even more because it is a free product. ;)
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EaseUS Free's new interface is unappealing to me, and it has failed me in the past. While Aomei Free was my initial plan, Hasleo Free appears to be full-featured, fast, reliable, and has a clean interface. Thanks to @Gandalf_The_Grey for sharing the Wilders Forum link—the information persuaded me to give it a shot. I plan on installing Hasleo soon.
 
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I installed Hasleo with no issues. Creating the first image and boot menu was quick and easy. The incremental image speed was impressive. I tested three restores, including one after a Windows update, and they were all successful. I appreciate the simplicity of this software, and it seems reliable. Thanks to @BryanB for introducing me to Hasleo Backup Suite!
 
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I have a question for those using Hasleo Backup Suite Free. Does the Bootable WinPE Media function from Hasleo allow me to use my Desktop drive for the WinPE Media? Meaning, that if I boot/reboot my Desktop, I first get a menu where I can choose to either start Windows 11 or Hasleo so that I would be able to use it for restoring my Drive(s)?

The Reason I ask is that I am currently using Aomei Backupper Pro, and it allows me to do that. And it is important for me to know, because in 2 months my License expires for Aomei, and although I have had no problems with it so far, I do not like that it is slow during backups. (At least it is for me.) If Hasleo allows me to do the same and is indeed faster than Aomei, then I do not have to renew my license. Otherwise, I need to know when to renew my Aomei License. :)
 
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I have a question for those using Hasleo Backup Suite Free. Does the Bootable WinPE Media function from Hasleo allow me to use my Desktop drive for the WinPE Media? Meaning, that if I boot/reboot my Desktop, I first get a menu where I can choose to either start Windows 11 or Hasleo so that I would be able to use it for restoring my Drive(s)?

The Reason I ask is that I am currently using Aomei Backupper Pro, and it allows me to do that. And it is important for me to know, because in 2 months my License expires for Aomei, and although I have had no problems with it so far, I do not like that it is slow during backups. (At least it is for me.) If Hasleo allows me to do the same and is indeed faster than Aomei, then I do not have to renew my license. Otherwise, I need to know when to renew my Aomei License. :)
Hasleo has an Add/Remove Boot Menu under Tools. I've been using Hasleo for a while. I also tried Aomei Pro, which often has giveaways. Hasleo is faster than Aomei, especially for incremental backups.
 
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Hasleo still does not have a digital signature, which could result in issues in recovery due to UEFI/secureboot. Till they do, I will not even consider using it.
I have a new system that has Secure Boot. Bootable USBs may need Secure Boot disabled. I will share my experience after doing a few restores using the Hasleo Boot Menu.
 
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I have a new system that has Secure Boot. Bootable USBs may need Secure Boot disabled. I will share my experience after doing a few restores using the Hasleo Boot Menu.

Bootable usb has worked fine for me with secure boot. But i have no mouse functionality in that booted menu so i have to use an external mouse. With Image For Windows that is no problem, so i do not know what is going on. But since the restores manages themselves once started, it is no problem.
 
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Bootable usb has worked fine for me with secure boot. But i have no mouse functionality in that booted menu so i have to use an external mouse. With Image For Windows that is no problem, so i do not know what is going on. But since the restores manages themselves once started, it is no problem.
If you disable secure boot, can you use the mouse with a bootable USB?
 

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