While competent, Clonezilla's interface is ugly and years out of date. Sure, you can create configuration files to shortcut operation, but that's a task only geeks love. More importantly, Clonezilla makes it very difficult to restore a partition to a location different from where it was created. For example, when you need Data moved from P3 to P4.
As a point of comparison, consider the DOS-based Norton Ghost 2003. It does more than Clonezilla does, and with an efficient, easy to use interface. The old Ghost's main limitation today is that it does not recognize GPT.
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