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Acronis True Image 2017 - 3 Computer
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- The fastest full disk image and file level backup
- Two click backup and restore - even restore to dissimilar hardware
- Wireless mobile backup
- Acronis Universal Restore
- Backup and recovery of iPhone, iPad, and Android content
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Acronis True Image, the fastest, easiest, and most complete full image backup software available. Back up everything - operating systems, applications, setting, photos, social media feeds, smartphones, and tablets. Our Dual-Protection ensures complete protection, saving your files locally and on the cloud. Back up to local storage, NAS, or Acronis Cloud Storage. Recover your computer to the point it was at before a data disaster. Backup technology innovation for 14 years and 5.5 million customers.
Product detailsSize:3 Computer
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 5.25 x 1.5 x 7.5 inches; 0.64 Ounces
- Item model number : TI3-20-MB-RT-WM-EN
- Date First Available : August 22, 2016
- Manufacturer : Soft Pack
- ASIN : B01KOG0ERI
- Best Sellers Rank: #1,383 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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The second concern is that this is an incredibly intrusive program. When running Task Manager, I found no less than 6 background processes running all the time for Acronis. I do not know what they are all doing, but they seem to be communicating over my WiFi. Moreover, there are some that show up in my TaskBar. And, they cannot be removed from the TaskBar.
What I wanted was a simple backup system. I run it. It compresses and writes files to my Blue-Ray, and then it goes away. This is something else entirely. Unfortunately, Acronis has ruined what had been a reasonable product.
UPDATE: I spoke to Acronis customer support. They allowed me to "downgrade" to True Image 2014. That version does just what I want it to, and has much less "intrusiveness". (The Task Bar item is gone, for example.) It still has a couple of background processes, but these allow full cloning of your hard drive. Moreover, now id does backup to a DVD / Blue-Ray. So, I have upgraded my assessment to 4 stars.
The installation went smoothly and took all of 2 minutes but license activation took 3.5 hours, a chat session with customer support and many unfruitful downloads and installs, several searches and more time wasted checking out windows firewall and router settings. The problem as it turned out is poor documentation on Acronis part. My wasted time could have been avoided if I know the following information (or was told this information when I contact customer service):
1. Purchaser is given a partial serial "number" needed to activate license(s). He must: Create an account with Acronis; Register his partial serial number. A complete serial number will be displayed in his account and emailed to him. This is what he must enter into the activation window.
2. My purchased version (True Image 2017) has a bug that prevented the whole serial number to be typed in.
I downloaded the patch to fix issue #2 explained above, install the software and activate it without any issue.
I had been using it for a few days and I'm happy with its performance. The tool interface is simple, intuitive and I have no problem. I find it working as advertised.
Forces you to give them your email address and create an Acronis account in order to activate the license you purchased. Quit being so “clingy” Acronis. I’m just looking for backup software – not a relationship.
Your first opportunity to “opt out” of their “Customer Experience Program” only comes after you’ve installed the software, run it and accessed the “Settings” screen – giving Acronis ample time to grab any information they want off of your system and transfer it back to their servers before you have the opportunity to stop them.