File Management Backup Acronis True Image for Windows

Acronis True Image for Windows Acronis True Image for Windows 2019.14110 for Windows

by Acronis International GmbH

Avg. Rating 3.6 (247 votes)

File Details

File Size 532.4 MB
License Commercial Demo, $49.99
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 24,073
Publisher Acronis International GmbH
Homepage Acronis True Image
Other Versions

Publisher's Description

Acronis True Image protects your files, pictures, videos, operating system, applications, settings, and preferences. If your PC or Mac is lost, stolen, or damaged, you can easily and quickly restore your entire computer to its exact previous state to the same or different hardware. You can also restore just the files and folders you need. Save time and frustration with the industrys fastest backup and restore now optimized for Windows 10 and the latest OS X releases.

Latest Reviews

Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v2017 20.0 Build 5554 on Sep 21, 2016

Bought last years bloated garbage but then found Macrium Reflect Free Edition which is easier to use & does the job perfectly. Looking at the file size for Acrosis which is around half a GIG is beyond ridiculous, Macrium is around half that. If you must have all the bells & whistles then go for Acronis, if you live on planet Earth then go for Macrium.

psycros

psycros reviewed v2016 19.0.5628 on Sep 29, 2015

ATIH 2016 drops the ball with one of the worst UIs ever seen on a utility. It takes the "flat" look to dismal new depths that harm usability. Like the previous three versions you have to dig into logs to find out even basic info like which backup job ran last. It also failed to complete an incremental backup based on a ATIH 2014 full backup. Not impressed at all.

Steve1209

Steve1209 reviewed v2016 19.0.3039 Beta on Sep 3, 2015

I used Acronis years ago on my Windows XP computer, when I upgraded to Win 7, I started using the Windows 7 backup and restore feature which worked well for me. I just upgraded my win 7 system to Windows 10 but when I created a Windows 10 recovery disk, it would not boot on my win 10 system HUH? I downloaded ATI 2016 as a 30 day trial, created a boot disk, did a full backup and booted the ATI boot disk and tried a restore, it worked Perfectly. Plus instead of doing full backups, I now do incrementals for 14 days, then it does another full and frees up my backup disk space. I now highly recommend this software!

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2016 19.0.3039 Beta on Jun 15, 2015

BANDIT- why talk if you never used it?
it is a great app
it can image your system in under 3 mins

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v2014 17 Build 6673 on Feb 20, 2014

The guy who builds my systems swears by this App. It's the pure
size of it that i can't figure... B U T.... There again I've never used it.

Rollback Rx .8.1 installed = 58Mb. Then add your Image sizes.
A baseLine Update gets rid of the Images. So back to 58Mb.
## (ALWAYS keep a Disk Image on External media.
A N D ... Make a Boot Disk) ##

You may even want to give this a try. (3.3Mb unpacked)
@http://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm

NOTE:
Rollback Rx v8.1 - Has to be Installed ... (58Mb) ... £/$ to Buy
driveimage-xml - can be used portably.. (3.3Mb) .. PE = F/ware

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on 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.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on 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.

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on Aug 24, 2011

Better than the rest!

gurgle

gurgle reviewed v2009 12 Build 9796 on Apr 14, 2011

Bloat, was good, but no more

zeeZee

zeeZee reviewed v2009 12 Build 9788 on 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.

Avg. Rating 3.6 (247 votes)
Your Rating
Music4Ever

Music4Ever reviewed v2017 20.0 Build 5554 on Sep 21, 2016

Bought last years bloated garbage but then found Macrium Reflect Free Edition which is easier to use & does the job perfectly. Looking at the file size for Acrosis which is around half a GIG is beyond ridiculous, Macrium is around half that. If you must have all the bells & whistles then go for Acronis, if you live on planet Earth then go for Macrium.

psycros

psycros reviewed v2016 19.0.5628 on Sep 29, 2015

ATIH 2016 drops the ball with one of the worst UIs ever seen on a utility. It takes the "flat" look to dismal new depths that harm usability. Like the previous three versions you have to dig into logs to find out even basic info like which backup job ran last. It also failed to complete an incremental backup based on a ATIH 2014 full backup. Not impressed at all.

Steve1209

Steve1209 reviewed v2016 19.0.3039 Beta on Sep 3, 2015

I used Acronis years ago on my Windows XP computer, when I upgraded to Win 7, I started using the Windows 7 backup and restore feature which worked well for me. I just upgraded my win 7 system to Windows 10 but when I created a Windows 10 recovery disk, it would not boot on my win 10 system HUH? I downloaded ATI 2016 as a 30 day trial, created a boot disk, did a full backup and booted the ATI boot disk and tried a restore, it worked Perfectly. Plus instead of doing full backups, I now do incrementals for 14 days, then it does another full and frees up my backup disk space. I now highly recommend this software!

CyberDoc999

CyberDoc999 reviewed v2016 19.0.3039 Beta on Jun 15, 2015

BANDIT- why talk if you never used it?
it is a great app
it can image your system in under 3 mins

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v2014 17 Build 6673 on Feb 20, 2014

The guy who builds my systems swears by this App. It's the pure
size of it that i can't figure... B U T.... There again I've never used it.

Rollback Rx .8.1 installed = 58Mb. Then add your Image sizes.
A baseLine Update gets rid of the Images. So back to 58Mb.
## (ALWAYS keep a Disk Image on External media.
A N D ... Make a Boot Disk) ##

You may even want to give this a try. (3.3Mb unpacked)
@http://www.runtime.org/driveimage-xml.htm

NOTE:
Rollback Rx v8.1 - Has to be Installed ... (58Mb) ... £/$ to Buy
driveimage-xml - can be used portably.. (3.3Mb) .. PE = F/ware

OAKsider

OAKsider reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on 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.

pjb

pjb reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on 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.

Uriel

Uriel reviewed v2012 15.0.0 Build 5545 on Aug 24, 2011

Better than the rest!

gurgle

gurgle reviewed v2009 12 Build 9796 on Apr 14, 2011

Bloat, was good, but no more

zeeZee

zeeZee reviewed v2009 12 Build 9788 on 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.

Vantorax

Vantorax reviewed v2009 12 Build 9788 on Jun 16, 2009

It is a known bug:

http://kb.acronis.com/content/2865

pjb

pjb reviewed v2009 12 Build 9788 on Jun 16, 2009

@ johnusa - Please confirm if you are referring to this build number 9788 or 2009 in general & do you have KB links to back up said known 'bug'.

Can't say I have come into any issues with this build.

@ Vantorax - Thanks. They also had same licence issue ages back. Fortunately it is an easy resolution, and does not in any other way affect the product, which has some nice improvements from the previous January build.

johnusa

johnusa reviewed v2009 12 Build 9788 on Jun 15, 2009

DO NOT download this buggy version.
Acronis knows it, and are working to fix the bug.
This buggy version does NOT recognize legitimate serial #s, and keeps saying that the good serial # you have entered is incorrect.
Don't waste your time, avoid a lot of headaches and bypass this bad version.
Wait till Acronis fixes it and releases a new and hopefully a properly working version soon.
UPDATE ON 6/16/09:
This issue is only with this 9788 version. Previous versions of 2009 do not have serial # issues.
Read the Acronis forums here:
http://www.wilderssecuri...showthread.php?t=245202
Highly recommend not to install this buggy version, and wait till Acronis fixes this bug, and releases a newer version.
Shame on Acronis.
ANOTHER UPDATE at 9:22 AM MDT, June 16:
Acronis has just removed this buggy version from their servers, check here:
http://www.acronis.com/h...mputing/support/updates/
At last, after many complaints, they did what they should have done yesterday.

AnybodyMustermann

AnybodyMustermann reviewed v9.1 Build 3567 on Jun 6, 2009

Version 9.1 is incredibly buggy, and they are charging about 80% of the full price to upgrade from 9.1 to 9.5. Can't really recommend this anymore :-(

wireman

wireman reviewed v2009 12 Build 9615 on Apr 10, 2009

I have been using Norton Ghost for many years but after building a new machine found it very unreliable with SATA drives. Acronis True Image seems to do the job better and more easily then Ghost, with more user functions. So far I would give it a 5 star rating.

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