Download AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional free : Unlimited Giveaway!

It’s after a long time that we have decided to hold a giveaway. This time we are offering a copy of AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional edition free to ALL our readers who care to download it. The offer was too good to resist. We weren’t being offered just 10 licenses or so – but an unlimited number of downloads!

AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional

partition asstistant Download AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional free : Unlimited Giveaway!

AOMEI Partition Assistant Professional 5.5 includes additional features as compared to the free version. It brings a wide variety of tools to make your PC disk partition management easier and safer. It now allows you to create, resize, move, merge, and split partitions without losing data, apart from offering new features like OS migration, Windows 8 To Go and much more.

The Windows To Go Creator lets you deploy a full corporate environment that can boot from an external USB hard drive. Your Windows need not even have the Windows To Go feature. It’s easy to follow wizard  will guide you through the process of installing Windows 8 or Windows 8.1 on removable USB drive.

Main features:

  • Comprehensive Partition Manager
  • One-click Extend Partition Wizard
  • System Migration & Converter
  • Step By Step Wizards
  • Includes 10+ useful Utilities

It can also carry out several Disk operations including Disk Copy, Deleting or partitions, Wiping out hard drives, carrying out Disk tests, converting to GPT and even rebuilding MBR.

I think its definitely a must-have copy as you never know when you will need it! To get your free copy, all you need to do is to visit this giveaway page, download the setup file, install it and use the free serial number mentioned there. This giveaway is being held exclusively for The Windows Club and so we hope and request that other forums or sites link to this page only, if they wish to share this opportunity.

While you don’t have to, if you wish to, you can share this offer so that your friends too could take benefit of it. But yes – we would definitely love it if you were to decide to connect with on the social web. Doing so, will not only make us happy, but also keep you in touch with the latest in the beautiful world of Windows.

NOTE: The giveaway will remain open from 27th Feb to 5th March 2014. Do note that once you have downloaded the software, use the serial and register it immediately. One you do that, you can use this software for lifetime. So you should download, install and register the software with the key before Mar 5, otherwise the key will be invalid. Giveaway users will not be eligible for technical support and upgraded services.

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Anand Khanse aka HappyAndyK is an end-user Windows enthusiast, a Microsoft MVP in Windows, since 2006, and the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com. Please create a System Restore Point before trying out any software & be careful about any third-party offers while installing freeware. Add me on Google+.
  • ErnieK

    Once again a big thank you for this giveaway.

    A great program from a great site :-)

  • Eoin Gordon

    Thanks Anand great giveaway

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    I don’t mean to “look a gift horse in the mouth” by seeming ungrateful. I am not. It’s a nice giveaway, but it’s dysfunctional in a way, said way being related to this…

    FROM THE ARITCLE: The giveaway will remain open from 27th Feb to 5th March 2014. Do note that once you have downloaded the software, use the serial and register it immediately. One you do that, you can use this software for lifetime. So you should download, install and register the software with the key before Mar 5, otherwise the key will be invalid. Giveaway users will not be eligible for technical support and upgraded services.

    The software is not registered to any specific user or machine because everyone’s using the same serial number. Therefore, if one reinstalls Windows, or gets a new machine, and tries to reinstall this software, you seem to be saying that it won’t register. How is that helpful? I’m using my wife’s machine at the moment because mine died; and Dell’s ship date on the machine I just ordered is AFTER the expiration of this giveaway. Are you saying that even if I download the installer file now, and write down the serial so I can use it when I’m ready, it won’t register on my brand new Dell desktop replacement notebook when I try to install it about 10 days after this giveaway expires? How, again, is that helpful? Or even a giveaway?

    You wrote that “once you do that, you can use this software for a lifetime.” Well I just did it on my wife’s machine, but since it didn’t ask me for any personal information when it registered, and it’s using the same serial number that everyone’s using, how is that registration tied to me so that I can use it for a lifetime which will no doubt include many more machines (if I’m lucky)?

    I humbly request, Anand, that you contact the company and ask it to fix this problem; else, it’s not really the giveaway that you purport.

    And as long as I’m writing, when I did just now install it on my wife’s machine (on which I will *NEVER* use it; again, *MY* new machine is still a couple of weeks away) it sure did trip a lot of warning pop-ups in my anti-malware software. It kept saying that the installer is unrecognized (which usually means that it’s not signed properly; though it could literally mean that the anti-malware software is unfamiliar with both the file and its maker); and so, therefore, whenever it tried to update even its own file, or make a registry entry, or install a driver, or access DNS to “talk” out over the Internet for the registration task, or even paint to the screen when I clicked on one of the app’s pulldown menus, I got a warning pop-up from my anti-malware software (which includes anti-virus, anti-spyware, anti-rootkit, HIPS and a firewall…

    …every single one of which found issues with this installer. I could tell from reading the warnings, though, that the software was safe, but that’s, in part, because I’ve been *AT* this for pushing 40 years and know what I’m doing when I read such things. The average end-user, though, would not have known what to do; and would likely have disallowed things, and the installation would have failed.

    Not everything that’s free is necessarily good, Anand. I’m not saying that this product is not good, by the way. From my looking at it a little, once I had it open (and it opens to full-screen, by the way; the maker obviously forgetting that it’s called “Windows” for a reason), it looked pretty nice. I’m actually looking forward to fiddling around with it and seeing what it can do. I have high hopes…

    …in part because *YOU* like it, and I trust you. But I’m feeling a little bit let down by how the serial number will expire before I can even get the software onto the machine on which it’ll actually finally be running; and that my registering it on this machine won’t really help me with that, as what you wrote suggests.

    Is there some way that the software maker can get involved and help us out, here?

    Thanks!

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  • WindowsMVP

    I like this software, it is really one of the best partiton tools in its category. However, if I want to convert dynamic disk to basic one and manage dynamic disks, I have to purchased it, which is a great pity. I hope Anand and AOMEI software company will giveaway its product with full features.

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    WINDOWSVMP WROTE: …if I want to convert dynamic disk to basic one and manage dynamic disks, I have to purchased it, which is a great pity. I hope Anand and AOMEI software company will giveaway its product with full features.

    MY RESPONSE: So, then… wait… atop everything else that I wrote in my earlier post, here, the version that’s being given away is feature-limited or in some way crippled? So, seriously, it’s not really even a giveaway, then… is that right? (Seriously just asking, not back-door commenting)

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  • TBOD

    Excellent. Thank you!

  • Juhax69x

    Thank You Anand, when sharing this with Your readers. Always nice to have legit giveaways, from legit software vendors. :) Take care…

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com Anand Khanse

    I have written to its developers for clarification. Hopefully they will reply here or get back to me. :)

  • http://www.thewindowsclub.com Anand Khanse

    I found some of its included tools, quite useful. Have written to its developers and tools them to have a look at your comment and revert.

  • Kevin Chuang

    Hello Gregg,

    I am Kevin from AOMEI Technology. Thanks for joining the giveaway promotion. The giveaway version of AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro actually contains nearly all main and new features such as the Windows To Go Creator.

    However, we cannot giveaway everything we have, the main differences between the giveaway and purchased version are:
    1. We don’t provide giveaway users free technical support (Of course, if you have problem registering or downloading the giveaway version, we’d like to help you out).
    2. We don’t provide giveaway users with free upgrade services. We have professional software developing team, and we will constantly add more useful new features to our software. And, even for purchsed users who purchase our software at $36, they also cannot enjoy the free upgrade services, because we only provide free upgrade services to those purchsed users who purchase our software at $49 ($36 to use all the current features and $13 to get the free lifetime upgrade services)
    To make the promotion really make sense, there is a discount price ($19) available during the giveaway promotion, that is, you guys can get the full features + free lifetime upgrades services at only $19.

    At last, if you have any other problem, please feel free to leave a comment here or contact me directly at kevin@aomeitech.com. Thanks again for joining the giveaway.

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    I heard from the dev privately, and it turns out that the serial number may be used on that one particular downloaded version only, forever. So as long as one downloads it now, and writes down the serial number so it may be used with that version later, it will install and register long after the giveaway has expired…

    …or so, at least, he told me in the response email. So that’s a good thing.

    And, looking more closely at the software, I agree. It seems very nice; and if you go to the maker’s main page…

    http://www.disk-partition.com/

    …then you’ll see, at the bottom of said page, in the “Freeware Recommended” column, some of the really cool things that the software will do. That list suggests that it’s all different software; but, in fact, it can all be done using AOMEI Partition Assistant, which is pretty darned cool.

    Once I get the new machine, I’m really looking forward to fiddling with it. Er… or… rather… wait: actually, I just realized that I’ve got a laptop that could use what this software does. Hmm. There needs to be a portable version. I can see that, right now.

    Interesting.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    Thanks, Kevin. I do understand that you can’t, as they say, “give away the store.” However, you also need to fully disclose: to ensure that whatever are the differences are crystal clear to the public.

    When you do a software giveaway, there are two things which must be made unambiguously clear to the public:

    1) Whether or not the version that’s being given away is identical to the one in your regular product line that you’re claiming is the same as the one being given away. And by “identical,” I mean features and functions and capabilities, not support or upgradeability. In your first paragraph of that to which I’m now responding, you wrote that “[t]he giveaway version of AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro actually contains nearly all main and new features such as the Windows To Go Creator.” I’m troubled by that sentence. On the giveaway page (of which I’ve now taken a screenshot)…

    http://www.disk-partition.com/specials/thewindowsclub.html

    …you suggest that you’re giving away this software…

    http://www.disk-partition.com/partition-manager-pro-edition.html

    …but your sentence ” [t]he giveaway version of AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro actually contains nearly all main and new features such as the Windows To Go Creator” suggests that it is *NOT* the exact same version. I don’t know what country you’re in, but if you conduct business in the US, then you’re subject to its laws: and making the user think s/he’s getting the full version when, in fact, s/he’s getting an ever-so-slightly feature-reduced/limited version is flat-out illegal. There can even be criminal (though there rarely are) consequences.

    I’m not saying it isn’t okay to giveaway the ever-so-slightly feature-reduced/limited version, or even an older version (which is a common thing for software companies to do). All I’m saying is that YOU MUST FULLY DISCLOSE IT on your giveaway page. Full disclosre is the key to staying legal… at least in the US.

    Nowhere on your giveaway page do I see anything that would suggest that the version being given away is any different than the full version for which you charge money. Yes, I see your full disclosure that there’s no upgradeability; which brings us to the second thing which must be made unambiguously clear to the public…

    2) whether or not the version being given away may be upgraded, or is supported (or is supported only in a user forum, etc.). And you appear to be making at least the lack-of-upgradeability disclosure (but with no mention of supportability)…

    …though said lack-of-upgradeability disclosure is obviously mostly just so that you can convince the user to bypass the giveaway and take advantage of the admittedly good price you’re offering only to The Windows Club users to upgrade to a full version which is supported and can be upgraded. Still, disclosure is disclosure, even if self-interested; so I’ll take at least the upgradeability-related one [grin] but you still need to be clear about whether the giveaway version is supported (and, if so, then how). So your disclosure is still lacking at least a little bit.

    It’s also ambiguous in the sense that your last purchase benefit is “More……” which is not clickable, and so we’re left to wonder WHAT more? Truth-in-advertising laws prohibit such ambiguity. Whatever are the purchase benefits must be spelled-out; the word “More……”, unless it’s clickable and takes the user to a page or pop-up that discreetly lists all the benefits is not allowed in US advertising.

    Additionally troubling about it all, though, is that the giveaway page is tacitly suggesting, by the 60%-off upgrade offer (which, again, is a good offer; don’t get me wrong), that the only difference between the version being given away, and the full one for which people pay, is that the version being given away may be upgraded (again, with no mention of whether it is also supported and, if so, then how). Yet, again, your earlier sentence “[t]he giveaway version of AOMEI Partition Assistant Pro actually contains nearly all main and new features such as the Windows To Go Creator” suggests that the version being given away may not be precisely the same identically-named version that you sell in, per your website, identical packaging.

    NOTE: While writing this, when looking in my email inbox at the urgent (and unrelated to any of this) message that just arrived there, I notice that your support sent me a second message (in addition to the one I referenced in my response to Anand, above); and in that second message, your support person “Ann” writes, “[t]he giveaway is the Partition Assistant full version just without the function of the dynamic disk management.” So, then, there we are; we have our answer. The version you’re giving away is not, in fact, identical to the paid one you’re suggesting it is. That factor is not disclosed on your giveaway page.

    The US Federal Trade Commission would have a field day with all this. You need to be crystal clear; completely unambiguous. If you’d like, in exchange for a free copy with lifetime license and support of *ALL* your products, I’d be happy to re-do that page for you so that it’s completely legal in every single country in the world. I could have it done tomorrow (Sat 1 Mar 2014 PST) at the latest; maybe even today. The truth is, I’d be willing to do it even if you didn’t give me any free software; the consumer-protection activist in me would rather it be right, so that no one is misled, than anything else. And if it takes me doing it for you this once so you can see how it’s done for the future, that’s a donation to your company I’d be only too happy to make.

    TO BE CLEAR: I’m not finding fault. I’m just trying to help; to ensure that no one is misled. That’s all. From my cursory examination of your software, I’m impressed. And there’s no question that both the giveaway and the special upgrade deal you’re offering are good! Very good, it seems. Thank you for it.

    Please, though, make your giveaway page unambiguous. If the version being given away is not exactly the same as the paid version, then that needs to be disclosed (along with whatever are the differences, very specifically). Then, in addition, whether it can be upgraded, and whether it’s supported (and if so, then how) must also be disclosed; you’re halfway there on that one.

    Another thing that should be disclosed — er… rather… explained, really — on that giveaway page is whether the serial number and registration will work even if the software is installed after the expiration of the giveaway. In the earlier-referenced email I got from, again, “Ann,” she wrote that “…you can install the Partition Assistant Professional edition 5.5 on your new computer at any time, but please first download it before the giveaway expired.” So I interpret that to mean that as long as that giveaway serial number is used only on that exact giveaway copy of your software, then said serial number will successfully register both now (during the giveaway) and for years to come (long after the giveaway has expired). That, too, needs to be made crystal clear on the giveaway page.

    Additionally, as long as I have your attention for a moment, you need to figure out why your installer so lights-up my anti-malware software. It could not recognize the installer (I don’t know if that’s a signing problem, or what); and so every single thing the installer did (as explained in my earlier post) caused a warning pop-up. Because I’m very experienced, and understood what those pop-ups were telling me, I allowed them, and so everything installed okay (though even once installed, merely clicking on the “Help” pulldown menu cause my HIPS to pop-up a warning that your software was attempting to write to the screen (which, of course, all software must do), so my anti-malware wasn’t trusting even the finally-installed app any further than it could be thrown. I worry that as I use it, I’ll keep getting pop-ups. Of course, all I have to do is tell the anti-malware that it’s a trusted app, and that’ll fix it. But most end-users don’t know how to do all that; or even how to interpret those pop-ups. You’ve got to do whatever it is that needs to be done (whether it’s proper signing of your files, or submitting them to all the major anti-malware companies for review, or whatever it is) to make it install and run without making anti-malware software go nuts!

    You also need to not initially launch the software in full-screen mode. It’s called “Windows” for a reason. Open it in a window, please; and let the user decide if s/he wants it in full-screen.

    Finally, all your apps need to have portable versions so that geeks like me who keep all our utilities needed to fix others’ computers on our 128GB (in my case) flash drives on the keyrings in our pockets can have our portable versions of your apps there, and ready to be used.

    Since I haven’t really used the software yet (other than to poke around it a little and see some of the cool stuff it can apparently do), I have no other suggestions… yet. Hope these have helped.

    Let me know if you’d like my help with anything.

    Thank you, Kevin, for your good work.

    And thanks, Anand, for a good giveaway! Yes, it has a bump or two in its road, but all good things in life do [grin]; and hopefully Kevin will timely ensure that they’re smoothed-out.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    Yes. Indeed. Thank you.

    SEE | http://bit.ly/1fOCZbO

  • http://www.greggdeselms.com/ Gregg L. DesElms

    ADDENDUM

    Oh, yeah… one more thing: Again, I don’t know where your company is in the world (and that, right there, is a problem), but here in the US, we value transparency. Using your domain name registrar’s, or hosting companies, anonymous WHOIS service does not go over well with Americans. We like to know with whom we’re dealing; and so we want to see full and accurate WHOIS information in domain names, as well as full corporate name, street address, direct telephone numbers, email address, etc., on the company’s web pages.

    Not doing it that way doesn’t go over well with Germans, either; hence that country’s requirement that any website hosted in Germany has what it called the “impressum” information on it: a legally mandated statement of the ownership and authorship of a document, which must be included in books, newspapers, magazines and websites published in Germany and certain other German-speaking countries, such as Austria and Switzerland; and which always includes, at minimum, *FULL* contact information.

    Every country, in my opinion, should have such a law. That said, I can see where such a law could impede free speech if the website were one mounted by a protest group or something. So such a law would, ideally, were it in the US, for example, need to be carefully crafted so that it pretty much only applies to businesses and whatnot.

    In any case, I’m troubled by your hidden WHOIS information; and by the lack of very specific corporate location/address and telephone number information, even on AOMEI’s “About” or “Contact” or “Company” pages.

    Please be more transparent. It will make AOMEI more credible.

    __________________________________
    Gregg L. DesElms
    Napa, California USA
    gregg at greggdeselms dot com

    Veritas nihil veretur nisi abscondi.
    Veritas nimium altercando amittitur.

  • Trey

    Thanks for the GA.

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