Acronis True Image creates backups of important data, individual partitions or entire hard-drives. With those backups at hand, mistakenly deleted files or hard-drive defects are of little concern. TrueImage features scheduled backups and synchronization of images on hard-disks, NAS systems, USB drives and over the web. As soon as a change is made to the original image the data is replicated to the configured devices. True Image supports SSD Drives and hard-disks larger than 2TB.
Supported File Systems inlcude: FAT16/32, NTFS, Linux SWAP, ReiserFS, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4. Supported Storage Media include: Hard-Disks, Network Storage, CD/DVD, Blue Ray Recordable, ZIP, Jaz, FTP servers, Windows Dynamic Disks, GPT volumes, Firewire and USB Drives.
The following updates and fixes have been undertaken in this latest version of TrueImage:
- Online backup of Entire PC was improved: it is now possible to exclude files that are already protected by other applications.
- The Account and License tabs were merged to create a better user experience. All information about serial number and cloud subscription is in one place.
- Operations with backup, like edit or removal, can now be performed by right-clicking in the backup list.
- Backup status notifications now appear with a new design and are available by clicking on the status icon.
- Online backup has a new option: users can select the data center where the backup will be stored.
- The Port and Encryption fields are missing in email notification settings.
- Japanese characters are displayed incorrectly under bootable media based on WinPE 5.0.
- The Clone feature is not available after purchase of the full version. A restart of Acronis True Image is required.
- Acronis True Image window has incorrect size on a 27″ monitor with 2560×1440 resolution.
- On the Backup tab, the red badge doesn’t disappear after the failed backup is deleted.
- An incorrect error message appears when trying to recover files from a disconnected drive.
- In WinPE media builder, the link to Windows 8.1 ADK leads to Windows 8.0 ADK.
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You can download True Image 2015 from FileHippo.com, today.