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Acronis True Image Unlimited for PC and Mac - 1 Computer
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- Unlimited Cloud Backup Space (For one year)
- New! Back up your entire system online. If your physical backup is lost or damaged, you can count on the secure Acronis Cloud to protect you.
- Windows - Universal Restore enables you to restore from any PC to any PC
- Mac - Backup your Parallels virtual machine in it's active state providing the latest snapshot of your data and image
- 1 License, 1 Year Version; Win XP 64 Bit Not Supported
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Acronis True Image Unlimited is a full system image backup solution for your PC and Mac. Now you can backup all your files, pictures, and entire digital life to the security of the cloud with unlimited cloud storage space. Have the confidence in knowing that your entire system is secure and add the additional protection you need to defend against new more malicious malware. Restore your Mac or PC anytime, anywhere, and get back to working, creating, and playing.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.25 x 5.5 x 7.5 inches; 5.6 Ounces
- Item model number : TIU1-18-MB-RT-WM-EN
- Date First Available : September 16, 2014
- Manufacturer : Acronis
- ASIN : B00O66G6XE
- Best Sellers Rank: #3,622 in Software (See Top 100 in Software)
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It really hasn't done me much good at all.... And certainly wasn't worth the headaches.
I got it because I had a problem with doing the same functions via Command Prompt and Simple Shell. As well as whatever the "recovery" tool is Lenovo sends with their systems. But ultimately I couldn't get hardly any functions of this software to work at all. At least not to any extent that made me satisfied. Cloning disk never worked. Took a lot of repeated tries to construct a single ISO file, I had to make an ISO on every storage space possible to try to burn onto a new hard disk, ultimately booting into Acronis to do other functions yield fruitless... To the point where cloning disks asked me to buy the full version (....seriously), and a lot of storage devices and hard disks I wanted to select to burn an ISO to/from would not be visible or unselectable from whatever list(s). All I wanted to do was transfer the OS to a new SSD. Ultimately I purchased Windows 10 Pro via USB for $200 for a couple of reasons, but partly out of fear if I did an upgrade and couldn't recover from any ISO files at all, I'd be screwed and have to buy an OS anyways. Partly because Lenovo and other manufacturers insist on "cutting costs" by not shipping a 0.58oz CD with their 128oz desktop. Some of this I suspect might have to do with having a faulty motherboard, which I have no way to test, but the BIOS seems to operate fine.
After installing windows 10 I gave the cloning option a second try (since I have two SSDs) and for whatever unexplainable reason, Win 8.1 was successfully cloned to the SSD without being prompted to purchase a full version of the software.
All in all I dislike this software through and through. The boot up with Acronis function gets in the way of so much. It has an annoying cursor in the middle of the screen that doesn't function with the mouse at all, and it is difficult to navigate via arrows and TAB. And it causes the restarting and shutdown actions to take a couple minutes to perform. So I just hold the power button on my desktop to turn it off instead. I'll be uninstalling this the next time I open 8.1. I hope I never feel the need to use it again.
Oh, and I'm pretty sure their "customer support" is limited to forum discussions. Good luck - with that.
Worthless piece of trash.
I attempted to contact Acronis customer support but their website would not recognize my email, the software serial number, or the password that I originally set up when I purchased the product.
There's a reason why 25% of customer reviews are one star. I should have heeded the warning. Now I'm part of the unhappy 1 star reviewers.