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system image How to find the system image tool in Windows 8.1 The system image tool in Windows might not be the tool that Microsoft prefers you use for backups, but it's still a good tool for migrations and disaster recovery. As CNET's Rick Broida found out painfully, Windows will behave unexpectedly every now and then, particularly after OS upgrades. This is where having a system image can be a big help.
We previously went over how to create a system image in Windows 8. However, if you upgraded to Windows 8.1 surprise! the tool isn't where it used to be. Reimaging a PC often takes minutes, as opposed to the hours required to reinstall Windows, the hardware drivers, and all your applications. It's also a good way to migrate your old hard drive to a new one.
There are third party solutions like, True Image, Norton Ghost, and Clonezilla, but Windows can create system images too.http://www.armchairexpert.co.uk/