Testing Acronis True Image 2012 Backup Software
Acronis True Image gives you flexible, user-friendly ways to back up your data on a regular basis. So if disaster strikes, you get it back quickly. It not only recovers all your data but, thanks to full-image backups, it can put everything back exactly where it was.
That means all the same files in the same folders. The same applications and Operating System. The same icons and shortcuts. All your precious photos and videos. All your important work.
Everything back to normal like it never happened!
- Backs up everything, not just files!
- One-time fee for the software.
- You probably want online or remote backup, too.
- Software can get outdated.
Let’s look at the latest rendition of this software, Acronis True Image Home 2012…
While most of the services we review are for online backups, it’s always nice to have some hard copies of your files (like CDs and DVDs) around for quick restoration if needed.
That’s why we have this review of True Image software from Acronis, which is a very robust backup application that can backup your entire computer.
Basically, True Image is a lifesaver in the event of a serious hard drive crash. It lets you backup your entire computer by making an exact copy of your hard drive. That includes your operating system, applications, and data.
It lets you backup your computer and restore everything from one source. No reinstallations required!
You can also backup and restore individual files as you wish. Personal data, files, images, Outlook emails, and more – it’s all covered.
If you want to do more than simply backup some data, this looks like the perfect program for you.
It has won awards from Computer Shopper, HardWareMag, PC Today, Smart Computing, and more.
It does cost $49.99 for one license, but that’s a one-time fee. It’s well worth the price if it saves you from the hassle of just one disaster.
Yep, there is a downloadable free trial. It works for 15 days, so that should give you time to get a feel for it.
Final Decision on Acronis True Image
What I liked about Acronis True Image:
What I did not like about Acronis True Image:
No built-in online backup.
Acronis True Image Review Wrap-Up:
Overall rating: out of 5 stars
Reviewed by: Paul Ryan
Date of original review: August 6, 2007
Date last updated: August 6, 2007
You can get total data protection from Acronis True Image 10.0.
Official website: www.Acronis.com