Desktop Imaging software programs allow the user to create a desktop or disk image. Generally, the software is utilized by network/systems administrators. Disk imaging is done usually to deploy programs or application to a number of machines.
The disk image ensures that all systems, or at least all deployed programs, are the exact replicas of their source desktop. This way, network administrators will not have a hard time troubleshooting and managing the machines. This also reduces errors during the installation process.
Apart from program or application deployment, desktop imaging also provides the user with a utility for protecting their data. Creating a desktop image means that the user has a backup copy of their desktop, which can then be utilized in case the system breaks down, or specific application malfunction.
Desktop imaging programs generally create copies of the system sector-by-sector, which ensures that every component of the system is accurately replicated. The software is usually offered as a paid program, but developers or vendors may offer free trials, which can be utilized anywhere from 15 days to 30 days.
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