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RollBack Rx for PC

A Virtual Time-Machine!

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RollBack Rx

A Virtual Time-Machine!

$69
for PC 
Platforms: Windows 98, 2000, Me, XP, Vista, 7 (32, 64 bit) Download Trial
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RollBack Rx is a powerful utility that enables home users and IT professionals alike to easily restore their PC to exactly how it was at a specific time before a system crash or other catastrophe.

Sounds pretty good, doesn't it?

RollBack Rx is different from most other backup software. Rather than periodically (and time-intensively) saving and re-saving all of your data, RollBack Rx takes continuous backup "snapshots" of your entire system. It happens silently in the background, uses minimal system resources, and requires only 2 to 3 seconds to complete a snapshot!

Then, if something BAD happens -- like a system crash, aborted or failed software installation, malware invasion, or funky update procedure -- all you need to do is RollBack to the snapshot right before the crash. It's that easy!

You can take said snapshots at a specific time or on a fixed schedule (hourly, daily etc). You can take as many snapshots as you want, and you can roll-back and roll-forward to and from any snapshot whenever you feel like it!

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ron r Hello,

1)
After some inquiry with the helpdesk I found out that if you purchase a license just before the release of windows 8 you won't get a free upgrade to the version that will support windows 8 (because that is a major release). Is this still the case?

2)
Are the minor upgrades really free? (I thought even these were only available if you have a subscription)?

3)
The subscription will be billed yearly, is it possible to take a subscription for just one year?

Is the following situation possible?:
I want to take a one year subscription on the moment I purchase and I want to immediately "cancel" my subscription so I wont be be billed for the next year. BUT I still want to have the subscription for that one year (from the moment I purchased).

If this is possible how can you cancel a subscription (by mail?).

4)
Is the subscription prize also discounted?

5)
Can I transfer the license to a new pc? (this off course means I remove the program from the old pc)?

Can I re-install the software on the same pc after a complete reinstall of my operating system and if change hardware internally?

Thank you
Sep 11 2012 at 1:38pm Copy Link
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Support Hi Ron,
Thank you for your inquiry. Here are answer to your questions:

1. If the purchase was made today with Gold Support included on the purchase, then the license upgrade to the next major release for Rollback Rx (v10) would be free. If Gold Support was not included then it wont be free and would have to be a separate purchase in the future.

2. In-version updates/revision builds are free for all users for the version they purchased

3. Yes, you can deactivate the subscription by contacting support: http://www.horizondatasys...0270.ihtml or through Cleverbridge. It's recommended that you keep your subscription at least for the year you want it covered and just unsubscribe when you get the email reminder for the next billing.

4. The subscription price is still based on the original license cost for this promotion

5. Yes for both questions. Ideally a completed uninstall for Rollback Rx would release the license key used on the previous PC and would be ready for activation on the new PC. Alternately you can contact support to have the product key reset.
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 11 2012 at 2:56pm Copy Link
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Alby I had it installed on a 64bit system and it wouldn't work,this was a new PC.Worked great on my previous 32bit PC.
Sep 12 2012 at 9:16pm Copy Link
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Avi S Does Rollback RX have a mode to allow rolling back all of the system files and program files, while leaving data intact (i.e., everything in Documents and Settings)? Or does it do a complete wipeout?
Sep 13 2012 at 2:07am Copy Link
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Support @Alby. Please kindly contact us directly at support@horizondatasys.com for further troubleshooting of your issue.

@Avi: You do have an option to exclude specific files and folders from being rolled back when you have to recover to a specific snapshot. This option can be found under the program settings advanced settings for Rollback Rx
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 13 2012 at 8:30am Copy Link
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Michael Burkley Friends,

This looks like an excellent solution to possible crashes on my PC. I am wondering if this is a single USER or a single COMPUTER license. May I install it on my desktop and two laptops on one license or do I need three licenses?

Also, if it is a single computer license, is there a multi-license discount!

Finally, can I have the snapshots stored on an external drive (or backed up to the cloud) and use them later in case the hard drive on my computer really dies instead of just scrambles the data?

Thanks,

--Michael
Sep 13 2012 at 10:09am Copy Link
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John Miesionczek Is this discount good for the Pro version.

What is the subscription for.

Is this something we have to purchase every year.

It seems all vendors are going that rout for a subscription

I'm disabled and on a fixed income and it's getting very expensive to use the computer and get software like yours.


Thank You for your reply
Sep 13 2012 at 11:07am Copy Link
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Support @Michael
- This is for a single PC license. Given your example you would need to purchase 3 licenses.
- The discount here on BDJ is for a single PC license only, you can just purchase multiple times if you would need more than one.
- Unfortunately no, the snapshot are only stored locally on the primary HDD and can't be backed up externally.
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 13 2012 at 12:05pm Copy Link
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Support @John
- Gold Support and Maintenance is an optional purchase with your Rollback Rx license.

The major benefit for this yearly subscription is getting a free upgrade to the next major release for Rollback Rx as well as getting prioritized technical support..

Again to be clear this is an optional purchase, so if you just want to buy the Rollback license you can, since the license key is perpetual to the version you purchase it with.
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 13 2012 at 12:13pm Copy Link
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vps-rr @John Miesionczek

The only other option is comodo time machine:
http://www.comodo.com/hom...covery.php

The version on the link I gave can not be downloaded because they are working on a MAJOR overhaul (major upgrade).
You can read about it here:
http://forums.comodo.com/...tm-b198.0/

I think it will be at least three months before a v3.0 will come out but I think it's the only true opponent of Rollback RX
(And the new version of comodo may also be free)
Sep 13 2012 at 12:20pm Copy Link
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Alby I've had a current ticket open for the last few Weeks.I received a couple of test versions to try neither which worked.
Sep 14 2012 at 12:31am Copy Link
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Mr Macro I get the following error when trying to install the trial version:

"The disk free space is too low to install this software."

I have only used 70GB of a 500GB drive!

Any ideas?
Sep 14 2012 at 1:23am Copy Link
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John Lodholz So I can't backup with this software to my NAS?

"the snapshot are only stored locally on the primary HDD "
Sep 14 2012 at 6:03am Copy Link
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Support @Alby.
- I've sent a followup with development regarding your ticket

@Mr Macro
- could you check if your machine is using a GPT Partition ? This would be under disk management right click disk 0 properties volumes look for partition style. Our current version of Rollback Rx still does not support GPT Patition. If this is not the case please contact us here at support@horizondatasys.com

@John
- If you're referring to the snapshots that Rollback creates, then no., they are only stored locally on the designated primary HDD
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 9:16am Copy Link
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Mr Macro No, it is basic. I have contacted support as you have suggested. thanks.
Sep 14 2012 at 9:20am Copy Link
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Nelson Carvalho Hi,
Sorry my English.
a) What is the space (%) that RollBack Rx uses in the HD to save the data?
b) This space will grow indefinitely?
c) If a problem occurs with Windows and it can not be started, how the RollBack Rx will go back to a version that can restart Windows?
d) What versions of Rollback Rx exists and what is the version being offered here?
e) Confirmation: The version of RollBack Rx offered here can be used in Windows 7 and partition NTSF, but does not work in Windows 8. Correct ?
f) Is there any way to identify the location and the files that RollBack Rx saves?

Thank you.

Nelson Carvalho
Sep 14 2012 at 11:08am Copy Link
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Jim McGowan Be careful. I purchased First Defense PC Rescue along with one year of Gold Support from HorizonData a few years ago. Three support tickets submitted and I never received any response - nothing at all for any of the tickets. Until they tried to auto-renew the Gold Support plan. Then I received over a dozen emails in a week and a half to try and "solve" the problem of why they couldn't get their renewal payment.

Support is lacking, non-existent actually. The only way to try to contact them was their forum and when that became filled with similar complaints they simply closed the forum.

Again, be careful.

Thank you.

Jim
Sep 14 2012 at 11:12am Copy Link
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Support @Nelson Carvalho
a. Rollback Rx uses minimal disk space to save snapshots
b. The snapshot sizes varies depending on the amount of data changes from the baseline and the last snapshot taken.
c. Rollback Rx installs a subconsole menu before the Windows startup screen which can be accessed by pressing the "HOME" key. Through here you can choose a snapshot when Windows was working fine and it should restore the machine to that point in time.
d. Our current version is Version: 9.1 Build: 2697287695.
e. Yes, this version is not compatible with Windows 8 . We will be releasing a new version when Windows 8 is officially released.
f. Rollback Rx's snapshot are stored as sector maps and they can only be seen through the Rollback Rx Application Console or in the subconsole. They are not visible in Windows Explorer.

Let us know if you need further assistance
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 11:37am Copy Link
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Support @Jim.
I'm sorry you feel that way and our apologies for this bad experience in the past. Unfortunately First Defense ISR has been discontinued a couple of years ago and we no longer provide support for it.

We have also have added more staff which has dramatically improved customer support on our existing products
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 11:50am Copy Link
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Joss Will be RollBack RX 10 available to 26 October (W8 sales start)? Will you adopt the new build to large screens resolutions? I've tried v9 and it was looks very ugly in 1980*1080.
Sep 14 2012 at 12:26pm Copy Link
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Support @Mike

There is no official release date yet for Rollback V10, but the plan is to release it around the time Windows 8 comes out (maybe a couple of weeks after). There should be some GUI enhancements as well for this as that was one of the issue with the current build (stretched image on the application console)
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 12:37pm Copy Link
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Amit 1) Is rollback rx compatible with the major image tools or backup tools as Macrium pro / free + paragon HD manager suite + acronis 2010 to 2012 + easeus ?

This seems to be a major thing needed to know before purchase as I think people would turn to those image backup tools mainly for backup purposes than rollback rx - as they are the prime softwares for images - not just system crashes etc., which rollback rx does.

PLEASE STATE any conflicts with all of the above 4.

2) How is rollback rx better than magicure pro, which falls under same category and it provides similar features ?

3) Can I use rollback to test new softwares, without a hiccup - just like sanboxie - and in case I find the software bad or malware, does it restore whole computer PERFECTLY to the earlier state. And does this restore need a reboot ? When a reboot is not needed in sandboxie.

Any more features in rollback from sandboxie - not in the software's main features like backu and crashproof - but i would like to know here only the features I would like to know in case of trying new softwares.

4) Is the license transferable to another computer. and the license policy is not clear - What all we have to know about with reinstalling after OS reformat on same computer - or in case of transfer to another computer - Uninstalling from previous and ins on second ?

Thank you.
Sep 14 2012 at 2:41pm Copy Link
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Garrett Goyette @amit,

I have the following installed Acronis Ture image, Easeus, ajc active backup, backup Sf , Paragon and a few others plus Rollback.

I use Rollback 10 times more than alll the others combined..ther appear to be no conflicts.

I have had some issues occaisonally with it saving more current data and once i corrupted the MBR so bad Rollback was ineffective
Sep 14 2012 at 3:30pm Copy Link
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Support @Amil - I'll try to answer all your questions as much as I can

1. We have not tried it with all these imaging solutions, but based on forums/customer feedback Rollback Rx is compatible with most imaging solutions. Please be aware that imaging only copies the "current snapshot" when its done within windows and does not copy your snapshot history or the subconsole.

2. Magicuro is a Rollback Rx rebrand but based on an older build.

3. Rollback Rx is the perfect uninstaller. You can take a snapshot of your system before you install a program and then if you don't want to keep it, just revert back to a previous snapshot. All traces of the unwanted software would be gone as the computer returns to the exact state before the software is installed. Our major tech partners use it fa lot for driver testings

4. Yes the license is transferable from one PC to another as long as its only used on one PC. Normally uninstalling the software completely should free up the license and would ready it for a new activation on the same pc or on another pc
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 3:38pm Copy Link
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Amit @Garrett Goyette

Hi - you use so many backup / image tools really. Can you tell me which one is the best - and especially, do you have any problems with the now infamous acronis as it has been having lot of problems lately as per I have come to see on many CURRENT reviews.
Sep 14 2012 at 3:42pm Copy Link
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Support @Garette

Are you looking at adding Gold Support for your existing license ? If you are let us know (support@horizondatasys.com) and we'll send you a purchase link on adding Gold Support to your existing license
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 14 2012 at 3:47pm Copy Link
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Amit @Rollback support

1) Thanks. But can you specify - if i try a new software and find it bad - do I need to reboot to restore to a previous state.

Or that can be done without a reboot ? I really like sandboxie for that.

As sometimes I try some softwares and rebooting all over for all of them specifically is what has kept me from some other similar softwares as RETURNIL AND timefreeze etc.

2) And also, I guess rollback rx is a complete alternative to system restore of windows 7 and the snapshots take not too much hard disk space. Would that saying be correct ?
Sep 14 2012 at 3:51pm Copy Link
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Joss @Amit

For quick backup (protection from viruses, system crashes) the best is RollBack Rx or Eaz-Fix (the same only for OEM). You can take snapshot (it takes about 5 sec.) then format all your disk, reboot and restore previous state (it takes about 2 minutes).

But (!) the product will not protect you from hard disk failure problems. So you will need any another traditional backup tool.
Sep 14 2012 at 3:52pm Copy Link
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Garrett Goyette I do not necessarily use all of them, but have accumulated them over time and they are installed so i know they don't conflict

Mostly happened because i just went out and downloaded trial versions of just about everything and picked up a few highly discounted versions out here.

I Love this program. it is nearly instant, does not interrupt yourr work at all and does not tie up your resources. Sometimes my livedrive or AJC when i was using it are consuming over 25% of my cpu each on a fairly constant basis..bogs the system down

First off, online backup sounds like a great idea...but only to save your documents and some of your down loads. I have a 750 gb drive and have unlimited backup plus 500 GB LIVEdrive. Literally it can easily take days to upload that much, let alone recover your system from it.

For multiple daily images, i use Rollback on my desktop and on my laptop SCRP (a utility for single click Microsoft Restore Point]

the problem with larger Backup and/or Image backup programs is the extreme amount of time it takes to backup your system the first time or to make a master image. I will get times like 14 hours
Still a good idea to occasion build a master backup and perhps schedule incremental or modified of your preferred files and document.

Paragon HDD rescued me from total catastrophe about 2 months ago. and spotmau powersuite as well, both have lots of tools.
The other thing i did was buy a second hardrive and a 'toaster" usb dual bay docking device form ebay for about $30 and simply pulled my internal hard drive, put it in port A, the new 1 TB internal drive in port B, hit the clone button and cloned my hardrive in an hour or two... this was idiot proof and then i used paragon to get me the lost 250 gb back from the Terabyte drive

this strategy has saved me a time or two in the past and i highly recommend. I had to use this external docking bay because i have a mini atx desktop with room for only 1 hard drive.
Sep 14 2012 at 4:11pm Copy Link
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shane berwaldt How does the license work, - does it have to be installed on the same PC it was downloaded to, or can it be installed on different machine (it would be my case) WITHOUT internet connection ?

Tx
Sep 14 2012 at 7:16pm Copy Link
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Roger Thomasson @ Garrett

FYI, I deleted your previous post containing license information. Highly recommend you don't post that type of thing publicly :)
BitsDuJour Admin - Sep 14 2012 at 7:18pm Copy Link
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Matt Gold Support and Maintenance = Free Lifetime Updates & Upgrades?

I don't see what's free about it. It cost $13.80 per year.

That doesn't sound like FREE to me. And I don't see it being LIFETIME either. It is plainly a 1-year subscription. Yeah, it's lifetime only if you pay for it throughout your lifetime.

That is FALSE ADVERTISING! Call it what it is!

And Jim McGowan says "Be careful...Support is lacking, non-existent actually...closed the forum."

That sounds like terrible support!

I was really considering buying this software, but I'm going to think twice and I'll really take advantage of their 30-day guarantee if I need to use it.

Thanks Jim for your warning!
Sep 14 2012 at 9:24pm Copy Link
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VLM Garrett Goyette - May I ask what "toaster" you bought, since you seem quite happy with it?
Sep 14 2012 at 9:42pm Copy Link
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SoftCollector An interesting piece of software, but not without limitations.

1. Initially the snapshots it takes are indeed small, but after a while you will see that snapshots get to several gigabytes each, so unless you have a 100 GB free on your system partition, you will get low on space quicker than you think.

2. Also, the program does not give you the option to save the snapshots on external media (no way to have those on an external HDD for example). Moreover it saves them inbetween other files on your system partition (using empty sectors here and there), so you can no longer use any kind of defragmenting software (Perfect Disk, Diskeeper) – RollBack simply blocks those. I for one am a sucker for defragmenters and own a couple of those, so this does not work for me.

3. The best option (if you have to use RollBack) would be to have a 128 or 256 GB (at least) SSD installed as your system disk and since SSD's are not defragmented anyway, to also use RollBack.

4. There is always the possibility to wreck your system when deinstalling RollBack – the process takes forever and I always keep my fingers crossed that nothing will go wrong. Nothing has gone wrong in my case, but I have read a few horror stories, concerning others.

5. All in all I would prefer a "safer" solution like Norton Ghost, which allows you to save snapshots on external media, and is updated just once every 4-5 years, so yo don't have to pay them continually. It also deinstalls like any other software, so generally there is no inherent risk.

Kind Regards,
SC
Sep 14 2012 at 10:20pm Copy Link
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Matt Hi VLM. I do agree that most of them do and I can understand subscriptions for upgrades/updates. I just can't see calling it 'Free Lifetime'. Nothing about this program or any other payware is free. Someone might misunderstand and not realize that this is a subscription and think they are paying a one-time fee of $13.80 for 'Free Lifetime Upgrades & Updates'. I just think calling it 'Free Lifetime' is wrong. Maybe saying something like "$13.80 for 1 year of upgrades/updates" would be more accurate.

I've been using Acronis True Image 2011 for the past two years. I just use it to create images. I don't use the back-up features. But one real nice feature they have is something called 'Try & Decide' that works something like RollBack Rx without all of the fine-tuning.

I can't see anyway that you can undo A without undoing B as well. I think Sandboxie might work differently. I don't have it, but I'm guessing it creates and sets aside a partition to experiment 'within'. While System Restore, Try & Decide and RollBack Rx (I'm guessing) as well as others create a (hidden) partition used for monitornig and storing changes made to the drive being monitored. Similar to Sandboxie, but a little different.

Hi SC. A lot of good points! I used Ghost for many years, even before Norton bought them. Prior to that I used PowerQuest Drive Image until Norton bought them out as well. I switched to Acronis True Image 2011. It works well for basic images.
Sep 14 2012 at 10:44pm Copy Link
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J S Is it possible to take up Gold Support Subscription to a RollBack RX, or DriveCloner RX license, where you ORiGiNALLY only purchased the product by itself.

Another question if I may:
If you originally bought the program in a different currency is it possible to get the currency of the Gold Level Support changed to your local currency?

Do You think You'll be offering Drive Cloner RX later this year?
Sep 14 2012 at 10:53pm Copy Link
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Brian H Hi- for the reps at Horizon DataSys, are there current plans for support for saving images to external drives to be incorporated into future builds of the program? If "SoftCollector" (see prior post above) is right (and he usually is!) than how do current users of the program deal the with increasingly larger ("several gigabytes each") snapshots and primary hard drive (or partition) space limitations? Thanks! -Brian
Sep 15 2012 at 12:14am Copy Link
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VLM I agree, SoftCollector is always right, or at least pointing in a right direction. These limitations are serious, and the uninstallation issues scare me ... it feels like this piece of software is taking control of my system from me.

James Fischer - I do agree, there is clearly nothing either "free" or "lifetime" about this software. I have no idea why people say things so different from what they really intend.

I use primarily a combination of Casper (which I find much more stable and much better supported than True..., for disk images and certain data backups, then GoodSync for the rest. I appreciate that GoodSync provides both back-up (one-directional) and sync (2-directonal) capabilities. This enables me, say, to work locally, give something to someone on a flash drive, receive back the drive, then update both ways at once.

I realize that it's trendy to do this sort of thing over the network or the Internet or up in the clouds somewhere way out there. But I take a lesson from Ben Franklin and choose a little less convenience in favor of a whole lot more safety. Turns out that the combination of less convenience and more safety actually causes more sanity and quite a bit less stress, at least for me! :)

I like Sandboxie a lot and intend to use it much more going forward. Also WinPatrol and SpyShelter. I use MailWasher Pro to prefilter incoming email, not just for spam in the narrow sense, but to scan what's there and decide what to download. I participate in many discussion-type groups (e.g., Yahoo groups), and I find it helpful to prescreen all the incoming mail before I download it,

Presently, I'm looking at Webroot's new SecureAnywhere product; if I adopt it, that will be the first time in years that I've used any sort of "anti-" product. But it seems to work very differently than all the antivirus, antispam, anti-etc. products, in that it does not depend upon constant updating of some kind of threat file. Early product reviews by seemingly competent reviewers look quite promising, and Nick Bolton, principal at MailWasher, personally recommends it and uses it himself, which I regard as a very strong recommendation. And the folks at MW have it on sale right now for 25% off, which is nice. May render SpyShelter obsolete, not sure yet.

That's my story, and I'm sticking by it! :Sometimes I long for Mayberry. :):)
Sep 15 2012 at 2:59am Copy Link
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Amit I would second what Brian has said. With ssd as boot drive and space as limited in them, I would like this option really. and if not to external drives then to elsewhere - usb (pen) drives / other partitions etc.

Also, for restoration to a previous state instantly - just as windows system restore doesnt need a reboot - although it may not be as detailed software.

If these features would be incorporated into a future version, would be good.
Sep 15 2012 at 3:04am Copy Link
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Nelson Carvalho I believe that the question concerning the confusion between lifetime and subscription for a year is correct. However, before buying the product I have to confirm that the 'lifetime' is valid as I sign the subscription. Perhaps not the right way to market, but it's pretty clear.

I would like to confirm if I install the product I can no more defragment the hard drive. I do not remember reading any warning about it.
Sep 15 2012 at 8:06am Copy Link
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Rhythmic How well does RollBack Rx work along with the Windows Defragmentation task that is set to automatically run by default?

Does RollBack Rx disable this defragmentation task or do users need to worry about unnecessarily large snapshots due to the defragmentation process?
Sep 15 2012 at 9:22am Copy Link
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Tazzie I used Rollback on a 256 Gb Ssd and I constantly had to deal with accumulation of large and even larger snapshots ... often had to go in and delete snapshots. A few times I even got in the situation of not having enough disk space to even be able to delete snapshots so I could regain disk space. I eventually figured out how to get out of that dilemma, but it's very frustrating and time-wasting. This as an OS/Apps SSD only, but I use my laptop heavily, so the snapshot sizes kept growing.

I am currently planning to get a new laptop, and will definitely not be using Rollback. I do have some good software on hand, and have appreciated the suggestions here as to alternatives. I am tempted, though, to give VLM's Ben Frankin approach a try :)
Sep 15 2012 at 10:01am Copy Link
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Matt Hey VLM - Thanks for your advice on some more good software!

I'm going to give the Casper trial a try. You are absolutely right, Acronis is very shaky, their support isn't very good and there are a lot of complaints on their forum. They seem to manage to pump out a new version every year whether the bugs are fixed or not. A new year... a new title 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013...and no more fixes for past versions. And it seems like each newer version has even more bugs than it did before! The customer reviews on Amazon are amazingly terrible.

I've been sliding by with it for a couple of years for just basic images and the Try & Decide feature I mentioned earlier.

Also, I'd like to get Sandboxie with the lifetime license. I'm waiting for it to go back on sale, but I'm not sure if the lifetime license was offered here on BDJ.

Did you get the one-year license or the lifetime license? Thanks again!
Sep 15 2012 at 11:19pm Copy Link
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J S Looks like NO REPLiES to anybody from Horizon DataSys once the Friday business hours finished.

WHAT's the betting that the PAiD FOR ''GOLD SUPPORT'' also finishes at 'close of business' Friday afternoon and only resumes at 'start of business' Monday morning. SHAME

Pretty Poor really ... when you consider that people actually pay extra for the so called ''GOLD SUPPORT'', so it looks as though Gold isn't always the best.

[People may as well buy MagiCure Pro and live with a slightly older build of version 9, because if Your smart you buy the MagiCure Pro Lifetime License which includes Updates & upgrades forever more]

I just hope that I'm wrong and that there will be a flood of replies in the next 1/2 hour or so (before the promotion expires).

- - - - - - - - - -

AND before anybody asks I happen to have paid for at least 4 of their programs (RB & DC) including GOLD SUPPORT SUBSCRiPTiON since I first discovered them a few years ago, so I do feel entitled to have my say.
Sep 15 2012 at 11:43pm Copy Link
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Matt Thanks J S for your recommendation of MagiCure Pro and the Lifetime License! I'll be watching for that.

I agree with you on Horizon DataSys' Mon-Fri support. Looks like they cut out a little early on Friday!
Sep 16 2012 at 12:24am Copy Link
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Support Thanks to all who participated on this promotion with BDJ. Our apologies if some of the inquiries have not been answered during the last sale date as our offices are open only from Monday to Friday 7am-5pm PST .

Please feel free to contact us directly for any other sale/technical inquiries. Our contact information is below:
http://www.horizondatasys...0270.ihtml
Horizon DataSys Corporation - Sep 17 2012 at 10:37am Copy Link
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J S Horizon DataSys Corporation GOLD SUPPORT SUBSCRiBERS who pay hard earned money for this EXTRA level of annual SUPPORT surely deserve better than only Monday to Friday support.

Can it really be so difficult or expensive to set up a Support OFFiCE in - for example INDIA, which is awake during the hours when Your USA offices are asleep.

You do have a number of offices around the world - according to your website, but what do they serve?
Sep 18 2012 at 8:06pm Copy Link
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Christopher Jason This comment has been deleted due to a violation of the rules
Nov 14 2012 at 2:36am Copy Link
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roger I am using Rollback RX on my desktop and need another copy for my Laptop. When will your deal be available. THIS IS URGENT!
Jan 11 2013 at 11:05pm Copy Link
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joel belson i found out that i have rollback in my laptop installed. what does it really mean if it says "taking snapshots" my laptop has a built in camera... tnx.
Sep 18 2013 at 8:22am Copy Link
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Nico Westerdale Joel - Snapshots are "snapshots" of your data - not pictures!
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