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Acronis Disk Director 11 HomeDiscount

Acronis Disk Director 11 Home

Manage Your Hard Disk and Achieve Data Security

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Platforms: Windows XP, Vista, 7
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If you treat your hard drive like a big toy box, throwing in data and letting it pile up haphazardly, you're sitting on a time bomb! In order to ensure that your critical information is safeguarded at all times, you have to actively manage your hard disk, giving your files the best chance of surviving a PC crash or other catastrophic failure. The first step to taking control comes in the form of today's discount software promotion, Acronis Disk Director 11 Home!

Acronis Disk Director 11 Home is a powerful, yet intuitive, disk management application that's packed with useful tools and features that let you maximize disk use and achieve data security. With Acronis Disk Director 11 Home, you can create hard disk partitions, resize them, move them, and merge partitions without losing any data. You can even take advantage of newfangled features that let you span a disk volume across multiple drives!

When you first launch Acronis Disk Director 11 Home, you'll find a package that's more than the sum of its parts. And what are those parts? How about Partition Management, giving you the power to manipulate partitions and reorganize the structure of your hard drive, quickly and easily? Then there's Acronis Recovery Expert, giving you the best odds of retrieving your data after a virus attack, hack, or failure in your hardware or software. Lastly, there's Acronis OS Selector, which lets you install multiple operating systems to the same computer in multiple partition configurations. It's the ultimate in flexible computing without having to clutter your desk with different pieces of hardware!

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Norman Fisher Isn't it about time this was updated to support Windows 8? I really think this page should make it clear that it is not compatible with Windows 8 as per Otherwise, a lot of people might just assume it is compatible with a Windows OS that has been out for so long.
Aug 8 2013 at 2:18am Copy Link
Stephen Cohen I wouldn't trust Acronis at all. I have Acronis True Image Home. I created a full backup and 12 incremental backups with it. When I needed to restore my system, the initial backup and first three incremental backups worked. But each of the remaining nine incremental backups gave me the error message, "This is not an Acronis archive." I lost THREE YEARS worth of Acronis backups. Further, it was IMPOSSIBLE to contact Acronis tech support.
== Acronis UNRELIABLE!!! ==
Nov 13 2013 at 3:53am Copy Link
Ela S. Worst experience with Acronis Disk Director 11 Home:

Tried to join two partitions on an external USB 2.0 HDD (NFTS) Win7 64-bit. Acronis stopped in the middle of operation, saying that the partition / disk is damaged, and should be checked. The USB drive did work very well before.

But due to the joining partition process, the external USB 2.0 HDD (NFTS) cannot be found any longer.

Since this is my main working drive with all documents etc on it, now even the windows explorer service does not start any longer.

What the support says: "Your support period has expired" (after a few months only). I've been a longtime Acronis user for years.

I can't work with my notebook any longer!!! Now what to do, dear Acronis team???
Dec 4 2013 at 9:29am Copy Link
Mappi75 Why sell Version 11 when version 12 is now available ?
Jun 12 2014 at 4:23am Copy Link
Anil Agrawal Why would we buy this when version 12 is out already that supports Windows 8/8.1?
Jul 6 2014 at 10:52am Copy Link
Rob Ert Why took it that long for Acronis to come with Disk Director 12 ?
Finaly after Windows 8 is a few years old, there is version 12.
I don't understand why there is an offer now for version 11 and comparing with version 12 for such a high price ??
Jul 18 2014 at 3:33am Copy Link
thomas rush A few suggestions to the wise, or those who want to become wise:
1) Back up your data before you go mucking with partitions. Sure, most of the time it works without a problem, but there can be all kinds of things that cause problems that are not related to the software, and if there is a problem and you have no backup you risk losing everything.
2) Incremental backups are wonderful time savers... but to restore from a full+incremental backup requires the full and *every* incremental to be successfully restored. So -- either take another full backup periodically, or, use full+differential, which takes a bit more time and space, but to restore you only need the full and the latest differential... so restores are much more reliable.
3) It's always a good idea to test your restores (for most home users, this means restoring a subset to a new directory and then checking to see that you got what you thought you'd get). Make sure that you know what you're doing, and that the software does what you expect.
Aug 9 2014 at 10:14am Copy Link
T Raynor I agree with all of the above. You take quite awhile to support the modern version of Windows and now sell the older version of your program without acknowledging the new version. Why do that?
Aug 17 2014 at 5:54am Copy Link
Loyal User For years I have used the Windows 7 built-in Administrative Tools (Storage-Disk Management) to manage partitions (create, delete, resize, etc.), and it has never failed me, not once.

On the other hand, I have had several of the so-called "specialized" software packages (without naming any) messing up badly. In some cases, I had to do a low-level formatting to reclaim my hard disk (although anything on it would be gone).
Of course I backed up before messing with partitions.
Never mess with partitions (especially on a system disk) before creating a full disk image backup.

As for imaging, I have used Acronis software, as well as some competitors software as recently as 24 hours ago to image a system disk.

For the same compression settings, exactly the same drive and data, the same USB 3.0 external drive as destination, it took Acronis over an hour to do a full image of a system disk, and the size of the created image was over 202 GB.

The competitor's software finished creating the image in less than 30 minutes, and the image size was 88GB.

That 88GB image size made me nervous, especially that I am using the free version of the competitor's software, so I made a Restore from this 88GB image.
Surprise! It was 100% accurate!

So I'm sticking with the competitor's software, and I know some people would swear by Acronis, which is fine, and I agree Acronis has good features.

Not only for the above reasons, but the competitor's support is better, and more responsive.
This is just my own experience, and my 2-cents. Someone else's experience could be totally different.

I wish Bits DuJour would start pressuring companies (like in this case) to be serious, and not to offer outdated software that doesn't work with some existing Windows operating systems.

Acronis is doing a lot of harm to themselves by offering an outdated version of their software and trying to get some quick $25 for it. It ruins their reputation even more when a customer discovers (after the purchase) that it is not compatible with their version of the OS!
Mar 23 2015 at 6:35am Copy Link

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