ucalgary wrote:does it mean that i should wait for next release of ubcd?
It depends on what tools you usually use. If you only want/use EaseUs DiskCopy, then download it from Majorgeeks and burn it as a separate CD-RW or CD+RW (it is an ISO image).
Alternatively, you could customize UBCD with that newer version of DiskCopy, if you know how to do it.
except eeaseus, do you have any experience on clone utilitiy?
Yes, but the several tools (included in UBCD or not) are targeted at different uses/goals.
"Imaging" means cloning a partition/disk for backup purpose, or for repeatedly clone one original system many times. This method usually uses an intermediate image/backup.
"Cloning" means directly copying the content of one partition/disk into another. Usually there is no intermediate image. The "backup" is only a snapshot of the partition/disk. The freeware versions of this type of tools are usually targeted at upgrading the partition/disk, by transferring it to a new bigger partition/disk. In such cases, there is no real backup, and usually there is no real way to undo/revert the procedure (no cloning back to the smaller partition/disk).
Besides those 2 categories, you have also the specific goal you want to achieve (as for example, backup, snapshot, redundancy, transfer to a new system), and the copying method (by byte, by file, by folder, by sector...).
do you think easeUS Todo Backup (home) would be including into the release of ubcd?
I am just a simple user, as you are. I hope Victor (the developer of UBCD) will update EaseUs DiskCopy
in the next UBCD version. (I guess he will, but I can't really know). But AFAIK, "Todo Backup" is not suitable for UBCD. "DiskCopy" and "Todo Backup" are similar, but not exactly the same.