, the home of SelfImage for Windows, seems to be gone

Self Image for Windows has been my tool of choice for making disk images for a long time. I’ve used it for forensic copies, offsite backups of critical client machines and to image laptops when I want to test a new OS.

My favorite feature is that it can be installed on a working system and used to back up files that are in use to another hard drive or a network share so you don’t need to remove a drive to use it. It’s also included in UBCD4Win (Ultimate Boot CD for Windows) if you want or need to boot into a “live” Windows environment.

Granted, it hasn’t been updated in a couple of years, but it’s still a very useful tool!

Anyway, it looks like is gone.

Here’s a link to via the Wayback Machine if you want to get the author’s rundown on what it can do.

Here’s a link to the last version I know about for download: SelfImage-121

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