Gary wants a program to encrypt his individual files. He's using EaseUS File encrypter, but his iDrive backup won't back them up. Leo says a number of programs will Encrypt before he backs them up. So it sounds like EaseUS may use a backup that doesn't give iDrive permissions to backup. That's likely where the hangup is. Leo recommends using VeraCrypt.
Mike is dual booting Windows 7 and Windows 10 and he wants to get rid of Windows 7. Does he need a partition manager? Leo recommends EaseUS Partition Master. It's free. But Windows also has one which may do the job for him.
Larry has a new Dell desktop with Windows 10. He wants to know how to create a recovery backup. It fails every time when he writes it to USB. He asked Dell, but they say they can't because they don't have recovery disks yet.
Leo says it could be as easy as a bad or unsupported thumb drive. He should try a different thumb drive. If that doesn't work, a third party utility like the EaseUS Windows 10 Migration Utility will do the job.
Gene wants to know if there's a program like Super Duper for Windows. The great thing about Super Duper is that it makes a bootable backup and keeps it up to date. Here are some programs for Windows, although they may not completely duplicate the functionality of Super Duper on Mac: