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EaseUS Todo Backup Home Software Review

todoThe need for backup nowadays has become crucial, especially if you are running a business that relies on information stored on the workstations. In fact, the Boston Computing Network has estimated that 6% of all the computers in use are likely to crash every year, with 31% of users and 34% of companies failing to fully restore important data. As a result, programs for data backup have flourished in recent years and many of them have come up with decent solutions to help users cope with huge chunks of files.

This time we are turning towards a program called Todo Backup, developed by EaseUS – one of the leaders in data management and restoration to see if it could be a reliable solution for backing up your files.

App Profile

Name EaseUS Todo Backup Home
Type Data Backup Software
Developer CHENGDU Yiwo® Tech Development Co., Ltd
Official Website

Operating System Windows 10 / 8 / Windows 7 / Vista
License Price $29 for the Home version and 1 PC and 39$ for the Worsktation(Pro) version for 1 PC
Free Version Yes
User Experience Discuss EaseUS Todo Backup In Our Forum

EaseUS Todo Backup – Main Features

Although the software is 476 MB in size which slows down the installation process a bit, the interface is user-friendly and contains a huge number of preferences:


In addition to the regular settings for backing up a partition or a file in a pre-selected backup folder locations and scheduling, the software offers the following features:


From those features, the ones that caught our eye were the following:

Log keeping
This feature is really useful especially if you are dealing with a lot of data. It is located in the main panel which allows easy access to it. Other backup programs have either concealed it somewhere in their settings or do not have such feature at all.

Ability to clone Disk Partition
Disk cloning is a very useful feature when a general “migration” on a massive scale is performed.


Creating an emergency disk image
This feature is used when a computer has been infected by malware such as a Killdisk type of Trojan. A third-party emergency disk may allow you to extract the data in case your system cannot be booted by using any other method.


Full system backup
This amazing feature makes your data basically invincible against any type of malware, including ransomware which may encrypt your data with next to impossible for decryption ciphers.


Regarding the performance of the software, it largely depends on the specific computer on which it is installed. On our test computer (its parameters are posted after the “Conclusion” paragraph) the software backed up approximately 26.1 GB of data in roughly 10 minutes while, at the same time, other software such as Photoshop and Microsoft Word, Adobe Photoshop, Mozilla Firefox, Edge Browser and an Antivirus program was running. See the table:


The software offers a free trial of its Home and Workstation versions and a free version which differs from the full one by the following:

  • Less Backup and restoration speed than in Home and Workstation.
  • No business usage support.
  • Lack of transferring the system in-between different computers and VMware virtual drives.
  • Backup and recovery for Microsoft Outlook.
  • Files exclusion from the backup operation.
  • Notification by email and FTP server backup.
  • Scheduling based on events.
  • Free Technical Support.

What We Like

  • Decent backup speed.
  • Exclusion of files from backup.
  • Transferring data between different OS’s, Virtual Drives as well as computer systems.
  • Smart backup configuration.
  • Supports cloud backup.
  • Advanced scheduling for automatic backup.
  • Useful extra tools.
  • Easy access to logs.
  • Good promotions by EaseUS.

What Is Missing

We have found several areas that may be improved:

  • Easier access to the scheduling menu.
  • Faster installer.
  • A bit heavy software.


Todo Backup has a lot of free extras and some of them are very rare in backup software. The fact that it has automatic backup, log keeping and a Workstation version, makes it is appropriate for business users.

Note: This test was performed on a Lenovo B50-70 with 64-bit Windows 10


Ventsislav Krastev

Ventsislav is a cybersecurity expert at SensorsTechForum since 2015. He has been researching, covering, helping victims with the latest malware infections plus testing and reviewing software and the newest tech developments. Having graduated Marketing as well, Ventsislav also has passion for learning new shifts and innovations in cybersecurity that become game changers. After studying Value Chain Management, Network Administration and Computer Administration of System Applications, he found his true calling within the cybersecrurity industry and is a strong believer in the education of every user towards online safety and security.

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1 Comment
  1. Chuckiechan

    I tried the free version on my Win10 rig and it causes continuous freezing, so I’m not buying the pay version.

    I had to uninstall it. I was a perfect solution for me to clone my data drive to my external back up drive using a scheduled back up.

    Tech support has no “port” for free people to ask questions, so gfys.


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