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TechSpot + EaseUS giveaway winners: Todo Backup Home and Data Recovery Pro

By TS Dealmaster · 64 replies
Jul 19, 2017
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  1. Update (7/16): The EaseUS giveaway has come to an end and we've contacted the winners. Many have already responded and received their activation code for either Todo Backup Home or Data Recovery Pro. Make sure the email address in your TechSpot account is up to date because that's how we are reaching out to winner members.

    Congratulations go to: Humza, VitalyT, dirtyferret, TomSEA, stewi0001, pawel04, Mugsy, ikesmasher, Win7Dev, domyz, Kenrick, OcelotRex, RelentlessPry, captaincranky, Misagt, willisgreg88, davislane1, CrazyDave, asclepius, JaredTheDragon.

    Stay tuned, a new giveaway is coming in the next week or so!

    The generous folks at EaseUS would like to offer some free software to TechSpot readers, and we couldn't say no. So here's your chance to win a free license of their well regarded Data Recovery Wizard Pro and Todo Backup Home software. Both applications are often praised for their simplicity and ease of use.

    Data Recovery Wizard Professional as you can imagine helps you recover deleted files and documents from any storage device (SSD, HDD, USB, RAID, etc.), but it goes beyond simple accidental deletion by offering recovery from formatted disks/partitions, or from damaged inaccessible data when feasible using its raw discovery tools.

    EaseUS Backup keeps you on the safe side offering full, differential, incremental and scheduled backups of your entire system, on a per drive/file/folder basis, it supports cloning/recovery, custom backups of your Outlook email, all while working in parallel with cloud storage providers like OneDrive and Dropbox.

    The week-long giveaway consists of the following:

    How to win

    • Entering the drawing is easy. First, post a short comment in this story to confirm you're included.
    • Second, keep posting in news and forum comments during the course of the following week.
    • We'll be monitoring all comments for the most insightful, funny, or otherwise interesting posts.
    • The best 20 comments will get a license, simple as that.

    That's it. The giveaway is open for a week until next Wednesday, July 12.

    If you get liked by one of our staff members or en masse by fellow readers, that's a good sign. Winners will be notified via email the day after the contest is over. First responders will get to choose which of the two software titles they prefer, first come, first serve. Good luck!

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  2. Daddio

    Daddio TS Rookie

    If only Todo could bring back the Dodo. I would love a copy of Data Recovery Wizard Professional to give it a try!
  3. Joseph D

    Joseph D TS Rookie

    Been using EaseUs ToDo Backup for years now and always put it on my friends and family computers. Keep up the good work
  4. R Cousins

    R Cousins TS Rookie

    If I was using this software I wouldn't go anywhere else.
  5. Edward S

    Edward S TS Rookie

    The difficult part here is which to pick when I win!
  6. luckyphat1

    luckyphat1 TS Rookie

    Would love a chance to use this software. :)
  7. stewi0001

    stewi0001 TS Evangelist Posts: 2,002   +1,393

    Sure why not.
  8. USAvenger

    USAvenger TS Booster Posts: 88   +89

    Praise EaseUS - my data savior.
  9. Clint

    Clint TS Rookie

    I like Free Stuff
  10. fpataro

    fpataro TS Rookie

    I'm in I'm in :)
  11. ddferrari

    ddferrari TS Maniac Posts: 395   +171

    Frodo lost his mojo after Todo pulled a no-show

    Now he cracks up as he backs up cuz this time he didn't fack up. The ladies stopped their pack up as the digits start to rack up

    Thank you, goodnight!

    PS: "The generous folks at EaseUS would like to offer some free software to TechSpot readers"- I'm in
    Last edited: Jul 5, 2017
  12. simbawang

    simbawang TS Rookie

    I've used the free version of EaseUS on all of my ~20+ system transfers- mostly for SSD upgrade. 90% of the time it would work flawlessly. Saving me lots of time for not having to reinstall the OS. The other 10% would run into issue with the partitioning between source and target drive. I wonder if the full version would solve this issue.
    Well, give me a free copy and I'll let you know!
    psycros likes this.
  13. Kibaruk

    Kibaruk TechSpot Paladin Posts: 3,605   +1,097

    I'm in, me likey likey.

    You are trying way too hard...
  14. m4a4

    m4a4 TS Evangelist Posts: 1,229   +750

    Hahaha, this would've been useful a month ago...
  15. smartshaded

    smartshaded TS Rookie

    Easeus partition recovery saved my portable drive´s data 5 years ago , it was very good tool
  16. harvetr8

    harvetr8 TS Rookie

    Really could use this software..... lost 3 years of photos from when my wife and I started dating and through our wedding. Hard drive crashed 2 months after my backups were damaged in a move.

    Insight- I am a ***** for not redoing my backups
    Funny - still a ***** but for many other reasons
    Interesting - my daughter thinks so
  17. Bruce21155

    Bruce21155 TS Rookie

    Thanks Techspot and Easeus for making this offer. I know that it is only a matter of time until something happens again, but I'm too much of a tight fisted Scotsman to spend the money to get what I know I need. I'd be happy with either offering, but the Backup software would be my first choice.
  18. Mugsy

    Mugsy TS Evangelist Posts: 510   +51

    I first discovered Todo Backup when I bought my first SSD and needed a way to port my (mostly empty) 1TB HDD with Windows7 to a much smaller 120GB SSD.

    With most backup software, even if you can fit all the data on a smaller drive, you can't restore that backup to any drive with less capacity than the source drive. No one made a 1TB SSD even if I could afford one, and even trying to "trick" my old backup software my moving everything into a 80GB partition didn't work.

    That's when I found EaseUS Todo Backup, the only backup software that allows me to restore my backups to a smaller drive if necessary.

    I've continued to use it ever since.
  19. Jeff Re

    Jeff Re TS Addict Posts: 113   +78

    Sweet! With fewer than 20 comments I can leave a dumb comment and still win! On a related note, I have seen triple backups fail so backup! Backup! Backup! And maybe backup!
  20. Emexrulsier

    Emexrulsier TS Evangelist Posts: 587   +75

    Do you know how hard it is for a bloke to loose their entire porn collection, it's like loosing a limb or family member. If only I I'd have had a backup solution or data recovery software, oh a man can dream.
  21. wtg

    wtg TS Rookie

    There once were some folks from EaseUS
    who liked to help when we have the bejeezus
    scared out of us when
    our data is gone again,
    so they're giving free software away to please us!
  22. Walter Merrick

    Walter Merrick TS Rookie

    Todo, or not todo- that is the question:
    Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer
    The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune
    Or to take arms against a sea of troubles,
    And by opposing end them. To die- to sleep-
    No more; and by a sleep to say we end
    The heartache, and the thousand natural shocks
    That flesh is heir to. 'Tis a consummation
    Devoutly to be wish'd. To die- to sleep.
    To sleep- perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub!

    The rub? Wanting EaseUS Data Recovery Wizard Professional 11.6 and EaseUS Todo Backup Home 10.5.

    Ah, such an outrageous fortune...
    Ada Scott likes this.
  23. don't worry, knowing computers and their users, there is always a next time
  24. Mike Markwick

    Mike Markwick TS Rookie

    I am using a free backup for a competitor but would love to win a copy of Easus ToDo Backup. Thanks for the chance to enter this competition.
  25. rabbit2502

    rabbit2502 TS Rookie

    Geee just when I'm sitting here looking at a 750gb hdd out of my laptop that died a couple of weeks ago. I sure would like to see if the Data Recovery Wizard Pro could do anything with it. I've tried a couple of programs and even booted with Linux on another system with it hooked up as an external drive but no dice. It appears as a 125 mb drive to Linux. Wonder where the other 749.875gb went? Can Data recovery Pro find them? Do I need Sherlock Holmes? The Case of the Missing GB's? Only the Shadow knows!

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