>die aktuelle Version funktioniert bereits mit Windows 10.
So you can actually use Drive SnapShot for Windows 10 too.
Looks like a Windows 95 app, eh, program. And "Copyright 2001-2007" does not sound or smell like active support and development...
My dear friend, let me tell assure you: if those nerds from C't pack it on their Weinachts-CD, it has been tested thoroughly. It's halt old Schule.
Old school = command line.
But anyway, for Windows users this tool might be absolutely sufficient, though many users could be over-challenged by this one-click thing ("oh dear! it deleted all my data!").
Hans CafeTran Wiki
C't (my bible) recommends Drive Snapshot to create an image of your Windows on an external disk. (A free one-year license comes with #26 of C't.)
Windows 10 isn't supported though.
One click to create an image. One click to restore the image!