Acronis True Image lets you easily create complete images of your entire hard disk drive or individual partitions including all your computer data, applications, and operating systems that can be restored on the same or different PC directly in Windows without annoying reboot. It is the only way to completely protect yourself from fatal software or hardware failure when an ordinary file back up software does not work.
Reviewing 2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 (Sep 2, 2012)
Amazingly, both the 2012 and now 2013 versions (bootable disks) will not detect the second of two "identical" drives (like Samsung SSD 64 GB and 128 GB, which are not even identical). A seemingly obvious, easily fixable, embarrassing bug that has lasted many months if not years, and speaks volumes of present-day Acronis (along with the poor reviews). Note: 2011 version does not have this problem, nor many others introduced lately. I think I now trust Microsoft's built-in, bare-bones offerings more than Acronis' bloat.
Reviewing 2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 (Aug 25, 2011)
Fileforum are having a laugh... 113MB install?? I think not.
The link Fileforum have provided does not download the file, it takes to some software site! Shoddy!
The actual installer from Acronis is 240MB talk about a size increase over the past few versions. http://www.acronis.co.uk...ting/products/#tryorbuy
Product does what it is susposed to, however very bloated.
I personally will stick with Macrium Reflect.
Reviewing 2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 (Aug 24, 2011)
Better than the rest!
Reviewing 2009 12 Build 9796 (Apr 14, 2011)
Bloat, was good, but no more
Reviewing 2009 12 Build 9788 (Jun 22, 2009)
i gave up acronis true image. windows 7 has it built in. and you can save multiple images/folders. just copy and paste the one you want to save, save it to a spot. whatever image/folder is in the default spot it will use upon a restore. its even in the help and support section about pasting multiple saved images.
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