The program, which allows users to take both file- and image-based backups from a single tool, gains one significant new feature with this release: the ability to mount and unmount image backups.
The new Mount feature can be found by clicking the Tools button and choosing Mount/Unmount. Users then select the backup they’d like to browse before clicking Next. They can then choose to mount all partitions within the backup or simply select a single partition, clicking Proceed to finish.
The image is then checked before a drive letter is automatically assigned to it – users can then click Finish and browse the image, plus copy individual files from it from within Windows Explorer itself.
Once mounted, users should then choose Tools > Mount/Unmount and click ‘Manage mounted drives’ to view all currently mounted drives or unmount them.
Todo Backup 7.5 also adds support for Polish and Portuguese languages and comes with the promise of improved performance when browsing files.
The new release also fixes four specific bugs, most notably one that prevented later versions of Windows (Vista onwards) from proceeding with a backup when scheduled to occur during shutdown.
The other errors fixed resolve issues with restoring network locations, a bug whereby an empty folder was generated after a file-type restore and problems with Outlook restore after cancelling a previous restore.
EaseUS Todo Backup Free 7.5 is available as a free-for-personal-use download for PCs running Windows XP or later; EaseUS Todo Backup Workstation 7.5 is available as a free trial download – the full version can currently be purchased for $39.