How to backup computer system with Eassos System Restore?

Updated on January 7th, 2015

People learn the importance of backing up system when there’s something wrong with the operating system, which, however, is usually too late, especially for system backup.

It’s easy to back up Windows

Backing up computer system timely and regularly is a wise and effort-saving move for those who are tired of complicated steps of system reinstallation or don’t know how to reinstall OS. Still some may frown on system backup, for most system backup software is not easy to use or requires users should have a deep understanding of specialized knowledge about system backup and restore. So here I’d like to recommend a piece of easy-to-use system backup and restore softwar.

Features of Eassos System Restore

This system backup program, developed on the basis of PartitionGuru, is different from system backup software that adopts the kernel of Ghost. This program is designed for common computer users with a wizard interface which can finish the whole backup process just by clicking mouse button for several times.

Eassos System Restore supports incremental backup which only backs up changed parts after the first full backup, so that it saves time and hard drive space. Besides, you can restore system to any time point created by every backup.

Tutorial of backing up Windows:

Launch Eassos System Restore and click “Backup” button on the main interface, as follows:

System Restore 01

            Eassos System Restore

The first step of system backup is setting parameters, which has been set by the program in accordance with the actual hard disk situations. In most cases, the default settings are optimal, so it’s OK to click “Next” button without changing any options.

Eassos System Restore supports incremental backup and restoring system to any time point. And you can add a remark for every backup, serving as a reference for system restore. Besides, you can appoint the operations after the system backup, shut down or restart Windows.

If you want to modify the default settings, click the button “Options”. It is not advisable to change those default settings unless you have a deep understanding of system backup and restore, because in most cases, those default settings are optimal.

Here is the interface of setting parameters.

System Restore 02


Next, Eassos System Restore will remind you it’ll restart computer, as follows:

System Restore 03

As the operation involves disk’s underlying part, following operations might be blocked or warned by anti-virus software as in the picture below. There’s no need to be anxious, for Eassos System Restore is absolutely safe and won’t do any harm to computer.

System Restore 04

Then Eassos System Restore will restart and enter DOS version automatically to perform system backup.

System Restore 05

The backup speed is very fast, which is usually above 1GB/min. Thus it won’t take long to back up Windows 7! If you followed the default settings in previous steps, the program will restart Windows when it finishes system backup.