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    WinClone v3.0 released. Fully supports Mac OS X Lion, but now costs $19.99

    Link: twocanoes.com/winclone.php (via TUAW)

    Winclone allows you to easily image your bootcamp partition on your Mac. Whether you need to change the size of the bootcamp partition to give more space to your Mac or PC, or want to migrate the data from one bootcamp partition to another, Winclone makes it easy. Just select the bootcamp volume and create the image. Then restore the image to a bootcamp partition. Couldn't be easier.

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    Tsk, tut - @localzuk was after a windows boot camp imaging solution

    Deploy Studio which is free ( afaik ) vs winclone which is now not free, sigh

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    It's still a great program though and worth the money if it saves you time.

    $20 is about the price of a couple of school dinners these days.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    It's still a great program though and worth the money if it saves you time.

    $20 is about the price of a couple of school dinners these days.
    A couple of school dinners multiplied by the amount of people purchasing it when they could just use deploy studio for free for both OS X and windows ( If I am correct ? )

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    The FAQ on their site doesn't mention whether you need one license per Mac.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arthur View Post
    The FAQ on their site doesn't mention whether you need one license per Mac.
    on winclones or deploy studio ?

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