Download Seagate DiscWizard 13.0 Free Now

We first looked at Seagate DiscWizard software back in 2010 when version 11.0 was released. Despite the fact millions of PC users use Seagate and Maxtor hard drives, very few users are aware of DiscWizard software. DiscWizard is a free backup and clone software for Seagate and Maxtor hard drive users.

Seagate DiscWizard is developed by the well-known Acronis and has many features of Acronis True Image software. DiscWizard has recently been updated to version 13.0 with new features, improvements and new user interface.

Seagate DiscWizard Free Download

DiscWizard can backup your entire hard disk drive, including your operating system and applications. You can also use the software to clone a partition and migrate to a new hard disk drive.

It includes all essential features and tools that you need to backup, restore, and recover your data. The software also lets you create a disaster recovery media, which can be used when the operating system fails to boot.

DriveCleanser lets you permanently and securely delete all data on partitions, a useful feature if you are giving away your computer to an unknown person.

Seagate DiscWizard 13 Free Download

Key features:

# Migrate or copy entire contents of one disc drive to another

# Fully backup data from all partitions

# Backup operating system, installed applications and settings

# Supports backup to internal drives, external drives and DVDs

# Disaster recovery bootable media

# DriveCleanser securely destroys all data on partitions

The user interface is extremely easy-to-use. Once installed and launched, you will see the home screen from where you can initiate clone disc, system backup and other tools.

Please note that some features that are available in Acronis True Image are not available in DiscWizard. To get nonstop backup, smart scheduling, incremental and differential backups feature, you can easily upgrade to Acronis True Image 2012 for 40% off of the upgrade price.

DiscWizard officially supports XP, Vista, and Windows 7 operating systems. In our test, it performed flawlessly on Windows 8 as well. Please note that DiscWizard supports only Seagate and Maxtor hard drives.

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  1. says

    I had upgraded to Windows 7 from XP a few years ago, however the 250mb was running very slowly and I was told by the individual who worked on my computer that my Seagate hard drive was on the way out. I downloaded the software and cloned it to a 1TB hard drive. The process took approximately 30 to 45 minutes and I had an exact replicate of my prior system. I had to use msconfig to eliminate a dual boot problem but now I’m good to go until this hard drive goes bad. I can only recommend this for the Windows 7 as I did not have another operating system I wanted to change over. I experienced no problems and would recommend this for cloning the entire hard drive.

  2. TheUserIsn'tTheEnemy says

    Warning – I used a PREVIOUS version of this software with an external Seagate FreeAgent Desk 1TB HDD and it refused to recognise it, even with the latest software version at the time of testing. This was highly-annoying, as one reason I bought the Seagate Drive was this software and the portability aspect of having 1TB to image whole laptop HDDs to. Seagate used to offer an .iso of this software, nice and quick to get going. Now they force you to install the software to Windows first. WHY? It’s invasive as hell in Windows – messes with all sorts of system files, and the version I checked, pretended to uninstall but left active services running at bootup, with no way to remove them – and get this – those services were for the full version of Acronis Trueimage, and weren’t even offering functionality when the Seagate Discwizard software was actually installed. What an insult!
    Now I have to create a VM with Windows XP on, install Discwizard, see if it even allows me to obtain an .iso and export that iso from the VM, THEN burn it to CD, THEN start the process I should have been doing an hour ago which is the actual image backup.

    Thanks Seagate, you utter morons – what’s wrong with simply providing an .iso?
    You’re not protecting anyone from software piracy, if that’s the lame excuse…

    Anyway, I am now using a competing manufacturer’s hard drives, and “‘fark’ Seagate, hard, in the rear-end” is what I say. I am utterly sick of good technology and good users being held-back by b.s. marketing and lawyer-level decisions, it’s pathetic and paranoid on the part of the respective companies, not intelligent as it doesn’t actually stop software crackers and pirates – and I for one will not be giving idiots like this my business.
    Forget democracy, how consumers spend their money is the most immediate power one has these days, so we ought to get together and wield that power wisely. Good luck folks.

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