There are several ways to create recovery images in Windows 8.1. In today’s tutorial, I’ll describe how to create a complete system image, including all installed software and user files using PowerShell. Then I’ll show you how to use the image to restore your system to its previous condition.
In this article, we’ll review Easeus Data Recover Wizard. Overall, we found this DR utility easy to use and we feel its ranking in the top ten for DR packages is well-deserved.
The user has the option of a free or paid version; the only difference between the two is that the free version limits the user to 2Gb of data and does not allow the creation of a bootable disk, a function that would be required should the computer fail to boot from its internal hard drive for any reason. At any rate, the free version may suffice for many users, and for those who have need of more than 2Gb, it is an effective way to try the utility before buying.