Dec
23
2011

Aomei update Partition Assistant Home Edition, adds more compatible OSes, changes licencing restrictions

One of Technically Motivated’s regular partners, Aomei Technology, who specialise in disk management, recovery and conversion software, got in touch today to inform us of an updated release of one of their key products.

Aomei Partition Assistant Home Edition received a small update earlier this week, bringing a few minor software improvements. The main new feature is improved OS compatibility, meaning that APA can now be run on a wider range of Windows systems – the new additions being Windows 2000 Professional 32-bit; and a new 64-bit release for 64-bit editions of Windows 7, XP, Vista and 2000 Professional. Their lesser “Lite” edition goes further by also adding support for Windows Server 2000/2003/2008, for those who maintain servers but just need basic partition features or are strapped for cash.

Interestingly, with the new Home Edition release, Aomei have also changed the terms of the licence governing usage of the software. The new Home Edition licence permits the software to be used for commercial uses, making Aomei Partition Assistant Home Edition a perfect choice for home-based businesses. Looks like there’s a new face in town…

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