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Acronis True Image Home 2009Discount

Acronis True Image Home 2009

Complete and Total Backup of Your Computer!

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Platforms: Windows XP SP 2, XP Professional (x64), Vista
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"... if you're hunting for an extremely thorough backup package, this is the one for you." Laptop Magazine

Think of your computer as a big battleship, cruising along the open waters. Now think of all of the hazards that lurk, unseen, just below the surface of the ocean that we call the internet. These are the minefields and torpedoes that can penetrate your hull and send your entire operation to a watery doom: viruses, corrupt files, bad driver updates, failed hard drives. The worst part? You never see it coming - one day your computer works, the next day, it won't boot. Beep, beep.

You need a plan. Acronis True Image Home 2009 provides this plan, creating a precise copy of your entire hard drive. In the event of catastrophic failure, you can restore everything to the way it was with just a click of the mouse! It's even faster with individual files - say you do something silly like overwrite an important term paper with a blank document (yes, I've been there), with Acronis True Image Home 2009 you can restore that single file and save yourself hours of rewriting! The choice is yours - backup the entire drive, specific files or folders, or everything but specific files and folders.

If you're really paranoid, you can even make a backup of your backup, and keep your backup's backup as a regular file or compressed ZIP or TIB archive file (which, by the way, is fully text searchable). With Acronis True Image Home 2009, you can create simultaneous archives to your hard drive as well as an external USB drive! Your backups can also be stored on a hidden partition, so no one can steal your archive.

Now there's no need to panic when your computer won't boot. Acronis True Image Home 2009 gives you the ability to boot from your backup, just by pressing F11. With its convenient "set and forget" functionality, you only need to set up Acronis True Image Home 2009 once, and you're continuously protected without further ado!

Review Written by Derek Lee
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Julie G Acronis has saved my bacon on two occasions. I could back out of problems w/o having to reinstall Vista.

Also, if your hard drive is acting up (but still works), you can boot with a CD and get acronis to backup your Users, and then simply reinstall that over the backup that you use.

It is really good at handling the process so that you don't make errors. My machine will never be without it.
Jun 15 2009 at 5:22am Copy Link
Alan Carr It never seems to remember that I use F as my primary drive and that C and D drives are for backup.. apart from that it's a great program.

The interface is OK, though I am always nervous of it getting the drives wrong and so select manually each time. It's highly trusted and comes recommended and so far Ive never had any problems with it.

Note that it mirrors the entire drive, so you get all your software back, which is very important to me as my software easily exceeds the value of the PC.

Thumbs up.

Alan Carr (Copywriter)
Jun 18 2009 at 10:22pm Copy Link
Mitchel Haas I originally purchased True Image to do a non-raid to raid migration. This is normally much more difficult than a normal backup/restore procedure, because many things can go wrong, but True Image did it's part flawlessly.

I've continued to use True Image to do weekly backups of my raid array, and am happy with it in this capacity also. It performs the backup of the complete array so fast, that I just do full backups every weekend. It also has many options for incremental, ect, backups and many other backup options.

I'm a little sorry I missed this deal, and purchased True Image at the full price, but still think it's worth every penny.
Jun 18 2009 at 11:31pm Copy Link
Mike G Surprisingly few comments here... I've downloaded the trial, tried several ATI 2009 features and done lots research (forums, user comments, etc.). It seems a well-respected product took a nose dive with a very buggy version 11. ATI 2009 (version 12) added features and nice interface, but also came out of the gate with numerous bugs. (See Dec 08 PC mag review, Acronis forum, Amazon, etc.). Perhaps, in part, this is a result of management pushing for a new ver$ion every year while cutting back on support?

On the other hand, 4 and 5 star customer reviews are in the majority, some negative reviews seem to be from customers who were causing thier own problems, ongoing updates seem to be addressing most bugs in the early release and there are recent signs of a major effort to improve support (Acronis responding to customer complaints on Amazon, etc.).

All in all, after trying numerous other backup programs, I really want to give ATI 2009 a chance due to very nice GUI, power and flexibility of backup features, good application Help, and extras like Try&Decide sandbox.

Meanwhile, can someone tell me why MS Outlook and OE are missing from the Application Settings backup list?
Jun 19 2009 at 12:35am Copy Link
fran harter Previously I used norton ghost, but it had issues:
Norton host eror/Issue 1 : Cloning was based on physical drive size; not how much of the drive you actually used.
Example: you have a 100GB with 10GB data.
If you tried to clone to a 40GB, the ghost program would say there was not enough room?!
What crap. 10GB of data going to a 40GB HD.
There WAS 30GB to spare!

With True image, the cloning is based on the "actual data amount" being cloned, NOT physical HD size.
So you COULD clone a 100GB HD with 10GB of data, to a 40GB drive. Because TI looked at the data size being cloned; NOT physical HD size.

I have used true image since version 8 or 9.

Normally I boot from the CD, then let the application clone my old HD to my new HD.

Only downside is having to buy one copy for every system.
(you could get by with one CD to clone your old HD to new HD).

I like the newer version over the older V9, as V9 did not have a functional "time lapse" or "progress" bar. The bar existed in V9, but would not update.
New version gives a minutes-seconds remaining countdown.

For speed of cloning, it takes about 15 minutes to clone a 160GB SATA HD.

I also have O&O's disk cloner, but have not tested it yet.

True image is a kick-a$$ cloner.
Jun 19 2009 at 8:42am Copy Link
Good Guy Is there any further discount for upgraders as opposed to new customers?
Jun 19 2009 at 8:53am Copy Link
AR AR I want to complain regarding your ecommerce system "cleverbridge". they rejected two of my CCards (of course they are active and good for other companies/e-stores).
no reason, no explaining, nothing, "just a thank you but we decline".
what ? what is supposed to i have to do in this situation?

what solution can you give me, where can i send the codes of the "declined" purchases?

i want to purchase this software at the offer price. i need a fast response with a satisfactory solution. thanks
Jun 19 2009 at 3:48pm Copy Link
AR AR i have noticed the small paypal logo on the checkout page, and purchased the thing with them.

bad service "cleverbridge" not explaining the reasons they decline purchases, and not to have a real time live support.

thanks bitsdujour for this service.
Jun 19 2009 at 4:01pm Copy Link

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