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Acronis True Image

Acronis True Image Reviews and Cloudswave Rating

  • 76

    Cloudswave Score for Acronis True Image

    Rating based on 14 Critic Reviews

    14 Favorable reviews
    93 %
    1 Mixed reviews
    7 %
    0 unfavorable reviews
    0 %
  • Overall, True Image 2015 is everything I could want in a backup program: easy to use, with the ability to recover an entire computer, and an unlimited cloud backup option. Despite my grievances with some of the default options, they are easily disabled. Users will want to keep in mind that software support is not free, although recovery support is always free.

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  • Overall, True Image is a comprehensive backup solution with local imaging, file and folder backup, online backup and syncing data across all your devices. Now with a friendly interface.

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  • Acronis True Image is a great way to back up your PC so that you can restore quickly and get back on track. While it may not be the best choice for novice users, anyone with more advanced skills and needs will enjoy the power and flexibility that this program provides.

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  • While Acronis True Image for Mac gives the option of backing up to the cloud, the absence of exclusion criteria means this isn't very attractive unless your internet connection is fast enough and has a sufficiently large monthly quota to accommodate creating and maintaining a full online backup. Even then, Acronis's pricing seems high compared with some other services.

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  • The True Image all-in-one service - file and disk recovery both local and online - may be the package to get the millions who don't backup to finally start protecting their data. It's the most original Mac backup product in years, a leading Windows backup vendor.

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  • While we remain to be convinced about large cloud backups over home broadband connections, it's just one option in an excellent, comprehensive product. True Image 2014 remains the best software for home and small business users who want to safeguard their data.

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  • The tool isn't magic, but as far as having a balance between ease of use and flexibility/control, Acronis hits more notes than it misses. Systems are of course going to be limited based on the hardware are features. My test runs were not what I would call "zippy", but I am perfectly aware of the fact that that may have more to do with my own system limitations and hardware than anything having to do with the Acronis application. I suppose the best endorsement I can give is that, after several days of poking and prodding, I feel like I want to know more and do more. In these days of short attention span theater, that says a lot.

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  • Acronis TrueImage is the fullest-featured backup app you can find, but it includes potentially dangerous options that should probably be used only by professionals, not the home and small-business audience to which it's targeted.

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  • There are many freeware applications available on the internet that perform most of the tasks listed here with comparable speed and efficiency. While the eye candy is a definite plus, what makes Acronis True Image 2011 a worthwhile investment is the option of storing files online. This pretty much eliminates the need for keeping track of backup media and the need to meticulously sort them accordingly. In the event of complete hardware failure, the option of retrieving backups online will certainly save a lot of hard drive space and the headache involved in manually searching through a stack of CDs or DVDs for an important file.

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  • It's difficult to decide whether we liked Acronis True Image 2013 or not. On one hand, it felt like we were constantly fighting with the software to get it to work. From lockups, to menus not functioning, to weird error messages during the restore process, we feel like the software isn't ready for primetime. On the other hand, despite all of these minor issues, we were able to restore a system to completely different hardware and it was relatively painless even if we didn't have a warm, fuzzy feeling during the entire process. We're also disappointed that the software didn't alert us during failed backups; while we could setup email notification, we'd prefer a popup from the system tray.

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