Re: Native win 10 system image
The Windows built in backup does not backup everything.
I have no experience with "ToDo"
I, and most techies I know, use Macrium Reflect (free). Macrium Reflect from many posts on computer forums is the most popular.
I make periodic full drive (all partitions) backup "disc image" to a separate drive. If the system drive becomes corrupt or fails its about an hour for me to completely restore from the backup. I make full drive backups, not incremental types at least once a week, sometimes more depending on PC usage.
Clone is OK but a clone copies everything from the source drive including bad disc sectors and corrupt data. A disc image does not copy that data. In addition Clone is iffy. Will work for most but not all. I've had mixed results with Clone but the best results with Macrium Reflect.
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