The new build now includes a wizard to migrate your system disk to a new drive (SDD and HDD), and make it bootable.
There’s better support for UEFI systems and GPT drives, while the company claims better compatibility with SSDs.
Partition Master 10 Professional gains a WinPE boot disk, which should improve compatibility and ease of use when restoring or troubleshooting your system.
And of course there’s the usual scattering of bug fixes, although the official release statement doesn’t tell us what these are.
The “Migrate OS to SSD/HDD Wizard” is the clear highlight here, and at first glance seems to be just an exercise in smart disk cloning. It’s hard to tell without in-depth testing, however, as the online Help doesn’t yet seem to mention the feature at all (hopefully that’ll change very soon).
Partition Master 10 Free remains one of the best free disk management tools around, though, and if you don’t yet have anything similar then we’d recommend you download and install it immediately.