Winclone is a Mac solution for backing up and restoring bootable Windows partitions on MacOS. The app helps users to transfer a Windows installation to a Mac computer, together with all the data and apps, all saved to a Boot Camp partition.
The installment can be completed with ease and only lasts one or two minutes. The GUI looks fresh and modern, and the navigation through the menu is simple and intuitive. The icons are large and nicely crafted, but unfortunately there are no graphical customizations available.
One of the new features embedded in Winclone is the Driver Injection. The Winclone images now include important SSD drivers and keyboard trackpad, so users can extend the array of hardware configurations.
Also, another addition is the support for MacOS 11 Big Sur. The app is compatible with all the changes in Big Sur and can handle all the dependencies for cloning, migrating, and package deployment.
Other features include support for restoring images to attached volumes, alert sound for operation status, fast incremental imaging, or support for local disk-to-disk imaging.
To sum it up, Winclone provides a simple way to transfer a Windows installation to a MacOS without any loss of data. However, the price seems expensive, and the app may become unresponsive during the creation of images.