Acronis True Image

Acronis True Image

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PC backup and restore system Acronis True Image provides a complete PC backup and restore system that allows you to create disk images of your hard drive partitions (or selected folder structures) and store them in a secure location. The backup images can include your entire system partition, including Windows with all programs and settings, so that you can restore your computer to a previous state without having to reinstall Windows or any of your programs. Acronis True Image can also perform incremental and differential backups for selected files and folders, thereby adding traditional backup functionality to the disk imaging features. You can continue to use your PC during the disk imaging operation, no system reboot is necessary. The program can also create a Rescue Disc that enables you to restore your computer in case it becomes inaccessible. Other features include integrated CD/DVD burning, disk cloning, scheduled operations, file exclusions, password protected backups, and Acronis Secure Zone, which enables you to safely store your disk images on a protected partition. Acronis True Image requires you to get a free trial code via email before you can complete the installation. Copyright

Trial Limitations: 30 day trial. Some features disabled.

Product Details

Publisher Acronis Price $49.99
Version 2021  history Last updated Feb 17, 2021
File Size 621. Mb Requirements None

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Corrupt backups are validated as okay. 2 stars by VideoJockey Aug 15, 2009 (Read all my 7 reviews)
This program will do a "validation" when you make an image but the validation is useless. It's a weak checksum or hash of some sort. I have tried it many times and I give up. Sometimes it restores properly but sometimes during restoration the images are deemed corrupt even though they were validated when created. Corrupt images are non-recoverable. We need a byte-for-byte validation to be sure that an image will function when needed. Look for this feature. It's available in at least one imaging program listed here at SnapFiles. PowerQuest DriveImage (PQDI) is what I've been using because it did a true bit-for-bit validation. It's aged, discontinued, and has disc size limitations that will soon impose problems for me. PQDI spoiled me. It not only validated byte-for-byte but it also verified disc writes during imaging and restoration. Symantec killed PQDI. show Review details
Simply the best ! 5 stars by Hellraiser Nov 21, 2007 (Read all my 30 reviews)
Works absolutely perfect and in fact it needs a lot less space for the image-file than other products. For me, this is one of the best software worldwide, with the best value for its money! show Review details
Do what it is supposed to do 5 stars by TwoEars Apr 04, 2007 (Read all my 26 reviews)
Excellent drive imaging tool, doing what it says. This is very closed to Paragon drive imaging utility. To choose between them both, here are some clues : - Paragon supports HPSF, Acronis doesn't. - Acronis supports ResierFS, Paragon doesn't. - Paragon offers partition resizing, while it is a separate product to buy for Acronis. - Both are supposed to support USB drives but it failed on my configuration with Paragon while succeded with Acronis. It may be just a problem of my own hardware, not a problem of Paragon itself. Since both offer 30-days trial, try both of them before deciding. show Review details
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