I can do that because the world is infested with Windows PCs and many users need my help. I can do it on a Mac because Apple was courageous enough to allow OS X and Macs to run Windows, which means a Mac can run about anything.
Most Mac backup utilities choke or croak when trying to backup a Windows volume. To do the job right you’ll need Winclone, the backup utility which clones the Windows volume on your Mac.
In some respects, using Winclone to backup, or clone, a Window volume is easier than user SuperDuper or CCC (at least, there are fewer options to muck up the process).
First, you’ll need Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, and a Mac running OS X 10.8 or later. Second, simply open Winclone on your Mac, select the Boot Camp volume you want to clone, and drag and drop. Restore works the same way but it reverse. Regardless, Winclone makes it easy to create and restore a backup image of your Windows Boot Camp partition.
Winclone is priced about the same as a good Mac backup utility but has a few extra features in a Pro version that allows IT administrators to deploy Boot Camp clones to multiple Macs. If Macs didn’t run Windows, too, then we wouldn’t be having this conversation, right?