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Acronis True Image 11 Home [OLD VERSION]
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Product Description

Acronis True Image 11 Home provides the maximum flexibility to ensure you are adequately protected and can recover from unforeseen events such as viruses, unstable software downloads, and hard drive failures. Create an exact copy of your PC for a full backup or backup only your important data ? your choice. Creates an exact copy of your PC for a full backup Backs up and restores your music, video, and data Protects your applications Boot your computer even if your operating system has failed and restore your system image from Acronis Secure Zone Backs up your e-mails and Outlook data and settings Try & Decide: easy rollback of system changes Protects your PC application configuration settings Schedules backups automatically by time or system events Privacy protection Supports Microsoft Windows Vista Email notifications Saves to FTP

Features:
  • Powerful, flexible backup software for the PC
  • Create an exact copy for a full backup or only important data
  • Backup emails; backup and restore music, video, and data
  • Protect PC application configuration settings; privacy protection
  • Easy rollback of system changes; schedule backups automatically

Customer Reviews:

  • Data buildup
    I got this because the backup that comes with Vista Home Premium is useless, and it is ESSENTIAL to have a backup (I know from painful experience).

    I installed and used True Image 11 for several months, and now have uninstalled it because the size of the incremental backup I was having it do nightly was growing by 1 - 2 Gig per nightly backup, and had vastly exceeded the total size of what was being backed up. I don't want to have to maintain that.

    In addition, I don't like have the backup file in some proprietary format that I cannot easily use or verify.

    I discovered a free tool from Microsoft called SyncToy that synchronizes a set of files between 2 locations. It doesn't compress or store things in a proprietary format - you get a mirror copy of your file set, which is just what I wanted. It can also be set to run from the Task Scheduler. So I use this for my nightly backup which is primarily all of the documents, photos, music, etc which is stored under my user name. Because the backup on my other computer is an exact copy, I can easily look at those files to verify their contents. The size never grows, and I can also make a copy to take with me and use remotely. It was perfect and cost nothing.

    One other thing I didn't like about TrueImage is that it would sometime start a process running (trueimagemonitor.exe) that would run for a long time creating tremendous disk activity, slowing everything down. Once I uninstalled TrueImage (which wasn't easy - I had to use a 3rd party program to find and launch the uninstaller), my computer booted MUCH faster than before.

    Maybe these things been fixed in the new version - or maybe not - but I'm not using this anymore.

    ...more info
  • Junkware...
    First and foremost, this software has no support from the developer. If it works, that's great. If it doesn't, you're on your own.

    A single disk 'ghost' image of the entire hard drive seems to work fine. I have restored this about six times without a problem.

    A two disk ghost of an almost identical system does not restore. I tried twice, and both times the restoration process continually prompts me to change disks from the first to the last to the first to the last - you get the picture. On the second restoration attempt after over a dozen disk changes (and no indication of any progress toward actually restoring the image) I just gave up.

    Acronis' online support was worse than useless. Searching both their FAQs and their forums resulted in advertisements for pretty much everything - but nothing that was even remotely related to the problem I was experiencing or a solution to it....more info
  • Easy to Use and does what you want
    I just needed to back up a laptop and make an image of a freshly installed version of XP and drivers so that next time I needed to refresh and speed up my system it wouldn't take 6 hours to get it it tip-top shape. The program worked as expected....more info
  • Acronis 11 Purchase at Amazon
    This is a great product at a good price from Amazon. Acronis-11 works with MS-Vista, and this is a new hurdle for many Back-up Products, which have difficulty with imaging harddrive Vista partitions. My greatest pleasure was that Amazon offered the best price!...more info
  • Acronis True Image writer
    The program works very well, fast. Instructions are easy to use.
    My only complaint is that the instructions for creating a bootable
    recovery disk are not clear. It seems to want you to boot from the program disk, then recover the system from the created disk copies. Seems like the
    program would create a bootable recovery disk without need to use the original software CD....more info
  • So Support From Acronis
    True Image 11 will not clone my 80gb hard drive onto another larger hard drive. Both drives are in perfect working order. I have written to Acronis twice. The first (one month ago) was ignored, the second (10 days ago) told me they were busy and not to ask again because it creates unnecessary paperwork.

    It seems to work for functions other than cloning.

    Fortunately, I only wasted $29.

    ...more info
  • Acronis refused to honor their 30 day warranty.
    I was dissatisfied with Acronis, because of incorrect advertising, and requested my money back within their 30-day warranty period. They refused to reply. I contacted them by email repeatedly, and they would not respond.

    As for me, this company will never sell me another product....more info
  • Acronis True Image 11 Evaluation
    Acronis 11 is an easy to use back-up program, that will protect your pc data from a disaster....more info
  • Does exactly what it says
    This is a solid product and does exactly what it says. I have used it several times when I wanted to restore my computer back to a pre-defined time....more info
  • works half way
    Making backups is easy, using them is not. I restored my computer to a new hard drive which was great but what I wanted to do was clone my system to a new hard drive and adjust the partitions with more room for windows on c:. No go... after cloning 3 times all I got was a short message on a black screen that said operating system missing!
    So I restored it from a backup and then had to buy a partitioning program to adjust the partitions. I emailed acronis tech support on Aug 27 it is now Sept 30th and I have not heard anything from them. Their support team says not to send numerous emails as it will just slow down the support system. I don't know what they consider fast but this is not it.Acronis True Image 11 Home...more info
  • works great -
    After numerous attempts to get Windows backup software to create a solid and reliable backup - I switched to Acronis on the suggestion of my IT guy and haven't regretted it for a minute. It's fast, reliable, easy to install. Why did I waste time with Windows Backup when this is so much better???...more info
  • Performed as Advertised - Already Saved Me
    I am an experienced user but not at imaging a drive. It still took me a few tries to get it. Acronis has received great reviews and this product performed as advertised. I am pleased.

    This product has already saved me hours on a Vista reinstall (had to reset a new HP to factory)! I'll continue to do baseline images (to step abk to) when I reach stable points as I install software & personalize setings. ...more info
  • Excellent backup utility
    I've been using Acronis True Image Home since version 7, then upgraded to v9, and now v11. It works flawlessly with my Vista 64-bit system. I have never, ever had trouble backing up or restoring images made by this product - and it is really great to be able to extract individual files from an archived image when necessary....more info
  • Worthless support
    I have spent months of back and forth with tech support because I could not get the space management to work. I run out of space on my backup drive and the space management just continues to fail time after time and does not use my space mangagement options to delete old backups. In any case, Acronis has a habit of responding to your first request, asks for more information and then they're gone. I've done this a number of times and have had to start over and over with them. I really liked Ghost, but it didn't handle my encrypted files properly. Now I miss it....more info
  • Thinking about Paragon Drive Backup?
    Think again. In the short time I've used True Image 11, it is far superior. Paragon Drive Backup locked up my PC early and often until it finally caused an error on my boot sector. No problem, I thought; I've got a backup. Didn't work. Wrong sort of drive it turns out. I bought Acronis when a Dow Chemical IT guy told me they use it on dozens (or was it hundreds?) of machines and it has saved them numerous times. ...more info
  • It works well for the most part
    I have purchased two copies of this product and have them installed on both a XP and Vista machine. I have used it several times on both to restore my computers using both the acronis secure zone and a external USB hard drive. I've used the boot menu and Acronis boot disk I created to begin the restore. I did a complete restore to a hard drive from the external USB after deliberatly making my hard drive unbootable. That part of Acronis has worked flawlessly. I have run into some problems actually creating the secure zone on my hard drive. It took me several attempts to create one as I kept getting an error message and after rebooting....still no secure zone. I ended up creating it using the boot cd which seemed the only way to do it that would actually work. Other than that I find the program easy to use. I backup to both the secure zones as well as my external drives. I have not tried to create any dvd backups so I can not commment on that. Overall I would reccomend this program. It can be a real life saver. Especially if you can pick it up for $30 as you can here....more info
  • Supports SATA drives
    I have been using backup software since PowerQuest's Disk Image 7. When I could not find an update after several years, I purchased Norton's Ghost. It was then I understood why Disk Image had no upgrades, they had been purchased by Symantec.

    I used Ghost 9 for sometime and both of these programs performed well. However, periodically, a recovery could not occur because of problems with the backup.

    I purchased a new computer 18 months ago. It came with SATA hard drives, not IDE drives. You wouldn't think this would be a problem until you need to boot from a CD or floppy because the computer will not boot.

    Most programs will not boot SATA drives and you get Microsoft's vague blue screen of death (BSOD). It does not say why the computer will not boot, that would be too helpful.

    After many problems and managing to save my work through my own creativity after that problem. I set out to find a program that would boot my computer as well as back it up.

    In addition, the older version of Ghost would never successfully complete my backup after more than 12 hours of trying.

    My first thought was to go with a later version of Ghost. I visited Norton's site and tried to determine if SATA drives were supported. I found many complaints of SATA problems but nothing that specifically stated they were supported.

    Hesitant to waste money on something I wasn't sure would function and based on experiences of bad backups from older versions, I opted to try this software.

    The low price was a plus in purchasing decisions. My first Disk Image program was three times this!

    I received my copy yesterday and installed it after first ensuring the disc could boot my computer into some sort of operating environment. It did.

    Installation went well and I managed to get a backup completed in about 6 hours (this is 250+ gig of actual used space) to a network drive.

    I experienced an error the first time I tried, but that was my fault. I set my firewall to allow nothing through so the software couldn't access the network drive. A second try was successful.

    Imagine my surprise when I surfed to the backup and found I could open it with no special software inside Windows Explorer if I needed a file!

    With Ghost and Drive Image, you had to use their software AND if you made your backup to disc (DVD or CD) it had to repeatedly ask you to remove and install them many, many, many times before it would show the backup. This was a refreshing change.

    I have not had any occasion yet to use customer support, and if I have problems where I do and experience issues, I will update this. I rarely have need to contact customer support for software issues, though.

    If nothing else, it is better to use this than not have any backup at all in the event of a failure in your system.

    Which is worse, $29 for a product that you get a backup from or losing everything on your computer?...more info
  • Great Software
    After all the negative reviews of the product, I kept putting off the purchase and kept looking for alternatives. On one computer I even upgraded to the Vista Ultimate version, since it has some basic drive imaging software built in (not that great of a deal). I have used the old PowerQuest Drive Image programs from Version 1 until the company was purchased by Symantec several years ago. Now that was a great program! I then tried Norton Ghost for several versions to current one, and it's okay, but 'buggy', sometimes recognizing the image as valid and sometimes not.
    What I also like about this product is the ability to backup only certain directories and archive them, like my Music Files, or Busines files rather than backing up a whole partition. With Windows Vista or with Windows Live One Care, you don't have control over "directory" backups, but rather "file types" (.docx, .jpeg, .xls and such). WinXP allowed you to backup up exactly what you wanted. This True Image program allows you to also image just a directory and also split the backup so you can copy to DVDs to store.
    I played with this program on several computers with the trial download and had NO problems in installation, buggy hangs and such. Also for $32.99, (I just noticed the price is down to $29.99) this was a great deal. You don't get that price for Norton Ghost, even with upgrade pricing. Norton Ghost also loads in a lot of services on startup that take up system resources, and also, since I have gone back to Windows Live One Care, the WLOC, doesn't like to install if there are other Symantec products installed (like Ghost). That program tries to uninstall Norton products.
    I highly recommend this Disk imaging program. I have not had to contact customer support (and hopefully won't from the sound of other reviewers), but then I rarely have problems and needs to contact support with other software as well (well, except for Live One Care).
    I restored the image from the backup without any problems, just to test the process. This program is slower than Ghost or my old Drive Image by PowerQuest, but not an inconvenience....more info
  • HIGHLY recommended
    Acronis True Image 11 Home should be on every pc! It will save you from having to re-install your system when a "microsoft gremlim" corrupts your pc and the very limited system restore function does not resolve your pc issue. Hint: After doing a clone copy of your active hard drive to your back-up hard drive, turn off your back-up hard drive in computer management....more info
  • No more worries
    The acronis 11 software application has been very helpful. A lot of nice features and easy to use. Within minutes I had my system backed up on an external drive. This is a nice investment for peace of mind when it comes to backing up your computer system. The user interface is easy to navigate and documentation is good. Thanks Acronis!...more info
  • For my computer BACK-UP
    It was highly recomended for use in backing up a computer


    The price was right and the delivery was prompt....more info
  • System backup
    I purchased Acronis True Image 11 Home in order to backup my c drive with an image. It is easy to use and works well. After doing a complete backup, I did a restore to make sure it was going to do the job. It restored the system flawlessly, so I now have a great deal of confidence in it.

    I wanted to be able to do a full back up automatically each week and keep two copies of backup at all times. It can do that. You have to be sure and follow the directions to set up a backup folder via the software. At first I just make a folder in explorer and it does not work that way. I contacted live support at Acronis on a Sunday am and got immediate response. Within a few minutes my misunderstanding was resolved. I love this software and the support is great....more info
  • works well so far
    I've used it to clone two disks -- both system disks, one XP aand one Vista -- with no problems at all. The backups that I do with it go smoothly as well....more info
  • a lifesaver!
    I bought Acronis TrueImage 11 Home one year ago with the aim to avoid the reinstallation nightmare that consequences from the usual Windows XP decadence cycle. My use case was simply to save the last good state of my full XP installation. I never expected a hardware failure though, the worst was yet to come.

    I still remember the TrueImage installation was straightforward, contrary to other reviews I found the software very intuitive. I then had a few questions and the technical support responded promptly. I was very happy with the product but I had not yet come to a recovery process so I did not feel like writing a review quite yet.

    From the very beginning I created an Acronis bootable CD and put it somewhere (always keep it accessible). Ever since then I would sporadically create backups from the option "Backup -> My Computer -> Disk and Partitions" without properly scheduling them (my bad). I created my last full incremental backup on September 2008.

    My setup is like this:

    - C drive a SATA WD 150GB Raptor 10K rpm
    - D drive a SATA WD 500GB
    - Z drive an USB WD 500GB dedicated Acronis "Secure Zone"

    Two days ago I had a system freeze, after restart XP chkdsk activated and that was it, C would not boot anymore, not even in safe-mode. I was really overstressed, some critical data was there that I did not backup, oh no! I wasted many night hours trying to boot from the faulty Raptor. Next morning I went out and bought a new 150GB drive. And it was then when I truly appreciated having Acronis TrueImage. For the first time I booted from the Acronis bootable CD, it worked perfectly, an exemplar of elegance and efficiency. I had my full system flawlessly installed exactly as it was last September 2008 within 30 minutes! that was really awesome! Even though I setup my backup to be full C: and D: at the time of the recovery you can specify which one you want back either of them or both.

    I then plugged the former almost dead C: Raptor as data drive, the NTFS partition was inaccessible to XP. I called a HDD recovery service for a quotation and they asked for over a 1K and said it would take over a week, not an option! I tried many Partition Recovery tools without success, they were very tricky business, I didn't know if to clone the disk or to rebuild partition tables. I did not want the whole ex-C drive but just a few critical files. Finally found Quetek File Scavenger that did the job, paid the personal license for 49$ and recovered all of my critical files!

    I highly recommend Acronis TrueImage Home 11, it was really a lifesaver. After this 2-days sequel I learned my lesson, from now on I will schedule my backups at least twice a month....more info
  • You'll be soooo glad you bought this
    I've suffered through drive failures about every two years for the past 10 years. On my last drive failure two years ago, I had Norton Ghost running. It was an older version, but I was completely backed up with it. I tried to do a restore, only to find that my version had come into terrible conflict with subsequent updates. It not only failed to restore my system, it rendered two new drives completely unreadable. I was not happy, so I went looking for something better.

    I did a lot of research and decided to install Acronis. Last night was my test when for the first time ever, I got to see the deep azure blue of WIN XP's blue screen of death. I couldn't tell if it was a disk failure or just a corrupted file, so before installing a new disk, I tried restoring the Acronis backup to the same drive to see what the results would be. Well, I'm typing this review with a smile on face, and running on the same drive that died last night. Corruped file -- drive is fine.

    So, to sum up:
    Desktop Computer: $649.00
    Acronis True Image 11: $39.00
    Restoration of drive after BSOD: Priceless


    ...more info
  • Data buildup
    I got this because the backup that comes with Vista Home Premium is useless, and it is ESSENTIAL to have a backup (I know from painful experience).

    I installed and used True Image 11 for several months, and now have uninstalled it because the size of the incremental backup I was having it do nightly was growing by 1 - 2 Gig per nightly backup, and had vastly exceeded the total size of what was being backed up. I don't want to have to maintain that.

    In addition, I don't like have the backup file in some proprietary format that I cannot easily use or verify.

    I discovered a free tool from Microsoft called SyncToy that synchronizes a set of files between 2 locations. It doesn't compress or store things in a proprietary format - you get a mirror copy of your file set, which is just what I wanted. It can also be set to run from the Task Scheduler. So I use this for my nightly backup which is primarily all of the documents, photos, music, etc which is stored under my user name. Because the backup on my other computer is an exact copy, I can easily look at those files to verify their contents. The size never grows, and I can also make a copy to take with me and use remotely. It was perfect and cost nothing.

    One other thing I didn't like about TrueImage is that it would sometime start a process running (trueimagemonitor.exe) that would run for a long time creating tremendous disk activity, slowing everything down. Once I uninstalled TrueImage (which wasn't easy - I had to use a 3rd party program to find and launch the uninstaller), my computer booted MUCH faster than before.

    Maybe these things been fixed in the new version - or maybe not - but I'm not using this anymore.

    ...more info
  • Converted Skeptic
    Initially I used the free trial version of this software to copy my old hard drive to the new one (approx 30gig). I really didn't expect it to work since it was a free trial version- I was amazed, it did work. It copied everything exactly as it was and put it on the new drive (replaced the HDD in a laptop). On a few programs the password/unlock codes didn't copy but the existing codes were re-entered and all was well. Great product....more info
  • Great in Theory
    I tried this on a new XP computer with no extra software nor any spy/virus detection software installed. The backup proceedure though simple, does not work with custom options, A "complete" backup to an external drive or media may work but takes alot of disk space. If you desire not to backup certain files or folders the application fails. Restoration is another issue. A PC will boot with the supplied CD disk, But I have not been able to restore the computer to it's original state using the backup. Support from the company would be a dream come true. I have tried to test the app before anyones life can depend on it. My advice "Don't depend on Acronis 11" to save the day. And I yet have to read any review that has actually restored a PC using it. Good Luck...more info
  • Decent for scheduled backups, partition restore freezes
    I use this for nightly incremental backups and they seem to work well. I've restored a few files and it worked well. However, I lost my hard drive and attempted to restore the entire partition with the result that Acronis kept freezing after a few seconds into the restore.



    It turns out that the Acronis software actually does the worst thing possible. It will backup files and actually restore some, but it hangs if it has to restore a lot of files. This means that a casual test of restoring a few dozen files works fine, but when you need to restore thousands it freezes.

    Bottom line - this is an extremely dangerous product, you think you're backed up, but if you really need it, you're out of luck. Run away....more info
  • Acronis True Image
    This is an amazing product. I am going to buy another copy for home and will also suggest it to family members and friends....more info
  • Do not buy this software
    Looks good on the surface. However, when you install and use this software, it has 2 major drawbacks.

    1. Backups overwrite each other. There is no option to select so that you get separate backups, the new one overwrites the old one. Bad because if the most current backup is corrupt, you don't have a previous one to rely on.

    2. No destination drive management. Your disk gets full, no problem, Acronis stops backing up your data. Bad because it takes automation out of the picture, you have to manually make sure your disk is not full before the back up runs.

    Both issues can have various work-arounds, but really, you should not need to use a work-around for such vital and basic needs in your backup software. Plus, the work arounds may not always work. I have to give this 1-star, it fails horribly at giving you a valid peace of mind....more info
  • Great Home Imaging Software
    Not sure why some folks are having problems with restorals in this application. Maybe it's because I'm a systems manager...maybe not. I built a brand new tower this summer and loaded it with a Seagate 750GB SATA Drive as the primary OS drive. The drive failed within 2 months (I should have stayed with Maxtor.) Although the drive was under warranty and a replacement is on the way, I didn't feel like waiting for the drive to show up. I got a 300GB Maxtor drive and popped it in. My image is stored on an external 500GB drive. Fired up Acronis and went to work. It prompted me that the drive I wanted to use wasn't the same size and all it asked was if I wanted to use the 300GB drive and how much of it I wanted to use (all of it, of course.) It asked me if I wanted to verify before restoring the image (I said yes, but be warned it can take 6 hours or more to verify before restoring) and I went to bed. In the morning, it was all done and I rebooted the PC and all was right with the world. Lost a couple of files because my last backup was 5 days before, but these things happen. Say what you will, but Acronis did its job.

    My only complaint is that the Try and Decide feature doesn't work with Vista Ultimate 64 Bit. Acronis tech support said to uninstall/reinstall, but it still freezes up when I activate it. If anyone knows how to get it working, I'd like to hear about it. Not having that feature is not a deal breaker. I wanted backup/recovery/imaging and this does it very well. As far as I'm concerned, it has already paid for itself. It has excellent compression and my 500+GB of data across 3 drives imaged at less than 80GB. Weekly differential backups take up little space as well.

    When the new 750GB drive arrives, I'll do a quick image, swap the drive and restore the image back onto the big drive, then repartition the 300GB drive for the kids' PC...they need more storage anyway! I have no doubts that it will be just as seamless as it was the last time....more info
  • Easy as Pie
    The program installs easily, and scheduling backups was as easy as following the on-screen directions. As usual with Acronis though, a Secure Zone cannot be created on an external (USB) drive, so all the advantages of a Secure Zone are lost with this installation. I haven't had to restore from version 11, but have from version 9, and that was wonderful (or better)....more info
  • Works like a charm
    Eventually all hard drives will go bad; it's not a matter of if, but when. When it happened to me, this app made my new drive a spitting image of the old one from the image Acronis had backed up to an external drive. The GUI could be a little more friendly, but it is still intuitive enough to handle the job. Amazon's price beat all the others....more info
  • a lifesaver!
    I bought Acronis TrueImage 11 Home one year ago with the aim to avoid the reinstallation nightmare that consequences from the usual Windows XP decadence cycle. My use case was simply to save the last good state of my full XP installation. I never expected a hardware failure though, the worst was yet to come.

    I still remember the TrueImage installation was straightforward, contrary to other reviews I found the software very intuitive. I then had a few questions and the technical support responded promptly. I was very happy with the product but I had not yet come to a recovery process so I did not feel like writing a review quite yet.

    From the very beginning I created an Acronis bootable CD and put it somewhere (always keep it accessible). Ever since then I would sporadically create backups from the option "Backup -> My Computer -> Disk and Partitions" without properly scheduling them (my bad). I created my last full incremental backup on September 2008.

    My setup is like this:

    - C drive a SATA WD 150GB Raptor 10K rpm
    - D drive a SATA WD 500GB
    - Z drive an USB WD 500GB dedicated Acronis "Secure Zone"

    Two days ago I had a system freeze, after restart XP chkdsk activated and that was it, C would not boot anymore, not even in safe-mode. I was really overstressed, some critical data was there that I did not backup, oh no! I wasted many night hours trying to boot from the faulty Raptor. Next morning I went out and bought a new 150GB drive. And it was then when I truly appreciated having Acronis TrueImage. For the first time I booted from the Acronis bootable CD, it worked perfectly, an exemplar of elegance and efficiency. I had my full system flawlessly installed exactly as it was last September 2008 within 30 minutes! that was really awesome! Even though I setup my backup to be full C: and D: at the time of the recovery you can specify which one you want back either of them or both.

    I then plugged the former almost dead C: Raptor as data drive, the NTFS partition was inaccessible to XP. I called a HDD recovery service for a quotation and they asked for over a 1K and said it would take over a week, not an option! I tried many Partition Recovery tools without success, they were very tricky business, I didn't know if to clone the disk or to rebuild partition tables. I did not want the whole ex-C drive but just a few critical files. Finally found Quetek File Scavenger that did the job, paid the personal license for 49$ and recovered all of my critical files!

    I highly recommend Acronis TrueImage Home 11, it was really a lifesaver. After this 2-days sequel I learned my lesson, from now on I will schedule my backups at least twice a month....more info
  • DO NOT PURCHASE
    I asked for this because I wanted a total backup including the OS. Well I did one backup for the first, could access the external HD from the computer. Then did another backup, well it went in and deleted all my documents, and can not access any of the files with out jumping through hoops. Opens up at least 4 windows. The first original backup showed almost everything including MyDocuments and all the stuff I had in that. Tech support only reads from book, normal I know but basic runaround. Their help pages go from one link to another, no fixes built in and the pages showing do not match what is in software. 4 hours I have spent trying to restore what was in my first backup. Lost everything with the second backup with this defective product. There is now nothing in My Documents....more info
  • Acronis True Image 11
    Well I have been using this Acronis True Image 11 since December 31, 2008. It was not so easy for me to use at first until I printed out the whole instructions for using it. Once I did this I was able to do everything I wanted to do along with the Iomega Prestige 500 GB USB 2.0 External Destop Hard Drive which I also bought on Amazon. I am new to computers so I expected to have a bit of trouble at first. I am pleased that I bought this instead of the Acronis True Home Image 2009 which has a poor rating from the reviews that I have read on Amazon website as well as other websites. ...more info