Clonezilla Rated by Lifehacker as the Best Disk Cloning App for Linux2012/03/28
The NCHC’s Clonezilla, a backup and recovery software that has a large range of users around the world, was rated as “The Best Disk Cloning App for Linux” by the renowned American software information website, Lifehacker. This is the second time that Clonezilla has been recognized as one of the world's top disk cloning apps for Linux! In 2011, Clonezilla was selected by PC Magazine as one of the best backup software and also voted as one of the top 50 best Linux application programs by British “Linux Format” magazine.
Lifehacker described Clonezilla as follows: “Linux doesn't have quite as many disk cloning apps as Windows, but you can do just about anything you can imagine with the super powerful Clonezilla Live CD.” The article went on to point out that Clonezilla is applicable to nearly all situations and is not limited to certain kinds of operating or file systems. During deployment, Clonezilla also offers numerous options that easily satisfy various user requirements.
Lifehacker is a blog-style information website that provides hackers recommended tips and software for solving computer-related problems. It has over two million visitors each month and includes two international versions for Australia and Japan.
The NCHC has long been dedicated to the development of software and related platforms. It utilizes its research capabilities to enhance software capabilities and develop highly practical applications. Clonezilla was downloaded more than 1.9 million times in 2011, and once again drew international attention after being recommended by the extremely popular internationally-recognized computer information website, Lifehacker.
It fully utilizes its research capabilities to enhance software abilities and develop highly practical applications in Taiwan. Clonezilla was downloaded more than 1.9 million times in 2011, and once again drew international attention after being recommended by a highly popular computer information website overseas. This indeed was a positive stimulation for NCHC.
■ The Lifehacker Clonezilla webpage report