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AOMEI OneKey Recovery – A FREEE Recovery System Utility

Posted In Backup - Recover - By Techtiplib on Tuesday, April 21st, 2015 With No Comments »

OneKey Recovery AOMEI utility is a compact and completely FREE, which enables users to create a copy of the system, and then save them to your hard drive and restore whenever needed.

This tool likes Lenovo one key recovery, which is a kind of insurance policy for your computer, but it supports backing up all types of laptops and computers, not just Lenovo laptops. Moreover, this freeware can help you to create a factory recovery partition, make system backup and restore in case of your system crashes, and you can use it to restore your computer to its factory default or a previously backed up state by pressing “F11” (default) or “A” key during system startup.

OneKey Recovery


  • Onekey System Backup: backup your system to a factory recovery partition
  • Onekey System Recovery: use factory image to restore your computer
  • Alternative freeware if your computer factory restore program is damaged

Key features:

  • System Backup – Select an existing partition to allocate a required amount of free space for creating a recovery partition, where a system backup image is saved. For preventing backup images from being damaged, the recovery partition will be hidden by default.
  • System Recovery – Restore your computer to its factory settings or a previously backed up state. It is the best way to return things to normal when a disaster happens. Support restoring system to original location or other location.

What’s New in Version 1.2?

  • Besides pressing A key, it also supports to press F11 key during system startup to enter into recovery environment
  • For UEFI boot mode computers, it supports to press F11 key during system startup to enter into recovery environment
  • By default, it will create onekey recovery environment for computers

AOMEI OneKey Recovery supports Windows 10, Windows 8.1/8, Windows 7, Vista, XP (all editions, 32/64bit).

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