However, a version of Ghost 8.0 is included on the Ghost 9 recovery disk to support existing Ghost customers.
The first versions of Ghost supports only the cloning of entire disks.
Ghost allows for writing a clone or image to a second disk in the same machine, another machine linked by a parallel or network cable, a network drive, or to a tape drive.
Version 4.0 of Ghost added multicast technology, following the lead of a competitor, Image Cast.
Explorer was subsequently enhanced to support to adding and deleting files in an image with FAT, and later with ext2, ext3 and NTFS file systems.
Until 2007, Ghost Explorer could not edit NTFS images.
There was much more attention to detail back in those days, something you will notice when looking at some of our carefully recreated vintage cabinet and furniture hardware.