For anyone that has Mac OS X Tiger and is using Boot Camp, Winclone comes in really handy. The application makes it much more simple to clone multiple partitions. In this latest version, you can finally clone Microsoft Vista or you can stick to Windows XP. One of the nice features of the program is being able to clone on a separate drive or on the one where you have your Mac OS X partition. You can effectively manage multiple partitions of different operating systems on different drives, making it ideal for programmers and games and program testers.
What's more, Winclone will allow you to create a Boot Camp partition from the application itself and create image documents that can be stored on any media. Winclone is fairly speedy and is a great tool to have in a professional environment. All in all, it's a bit odd that Apple haven't included such a feature in Boot Camp.
Winclone is an excellent utility to clone multiple Boot Camp partitions quickly.
Fixed minor issue with quoting of gptfresh that caused issues at the end of restores
Supports Vista cloning
makes it easier to clone
Clone on separate drive
If you are in charge of setting up a bunch of machines with both Mac OS X and Bootcamp, Winclone will make your job a breeze. Simply create an image as your would for a backup, and Winclone will create the Windows partition and restore the OS and data onto the new partition.
Deploy images with ARD: Using the included script and the image created with Winclone, you can easily send a new winclone image to a group of Intel Macs, imaging the entire lab in minutes.
Clone Windows XP or Windows Vista with ease.
Clone to your Bootcamp partition either on a separate drive or on the same that contains your Mac OS X partition.
Creates image documents that can be stored on any media and double-clicked to open in WinClone.
Verbose logging so you know what is going on
Built on the open source ntfstools, which are included in Winclone, so you don't have to install anything else.
Fast: Restore a 10 GB image in less than 10 minutes.
Create a Bootcamp partition from within Winclone.
Do it all from the boot drive: You don't need to boot from a Firewire drive to clone the Windows partition.