ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE BACKUP ARCHIVE EXPLORER DRIVER DETAILS:
|File Size:||9.5 MB|
|Supported systems:||Windows 10, 8.1, 8, 7, 2008, Vista, 2003, XP|
|Price:||Free* (*Free Registration Required)|
ACRONIS TRUE IMAGE BACKUP ARCHIVE EXPLORER DRIVER
Acronis True Image Review & Rating
This data is used to maintain your account, contact you, and improve and tailor its services, along with other similar purposes. Acronis says it shares this data with vendors and resellers and will give this information to law enforcement officials provided there is a legal basis. These are all Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer practices. Interface and Backups Acronis' installer is large, at over MB, and it takes several minutes to run through its process. Afterward, you need to sign in to your Acronis account or create a new one.
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True Image's interface is straightforward, with seven flat buttons along the left rail, and large, clearly labeled buttons throughout for various tasks. It's one of the most visually compelling of the services we've tested, despite all its extra features.
It uses color sparingly and consistently, which makes the design visually informative. To set up a backup, you first need to Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer whether you want to protect your entire hard drive—the default—or only specific folders and files. Acronis True Image mirrors your complete hard drive in its interface and to select a file or folder for backup, just check a box next to it or at the top of the menu to select everything in the current view.
Next comes the choice of destination. The most obvious option is Acronis Cloud, but you can also use an external drive or a local folder. A few other online backup services, such as IDrivethrow in local backup software as a bonus, but with Acronis, it's a core feature. In fact, the Acronis True Image software for online backup is identical to the True Image local backup software, except for the online option. Note that you cannot specify local and online targets simultaneously, which is something competitor Zoolz BigMind allows.
Once you select a source and target, simply click the green Back Up Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer button or delay it until a specified time. Before you run the process, you can also choose a backup schedule, such as Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or Nonstop backup options. With the Nonstop option also referred to as Continuousthe software detects updates to files and uploads them automatically. You can create as many Nonstop backup tasks as you like, except for those that use the Entire PC option as the source.
In the Advanced options section, you can change the number of file versions stored the maximum is 20 for all noncontinuous backup schedulescreate a local encryption key, and set upload speed and system priority levels for the operation. You can even direct Acronis to store your backup at a particular data center among its worldwide locations. The Upon Event scheduling option includes trigger choices such as user login, logoff, system shutdown, restart, or startup. You can also set the program to shut down your computer when the backup completes. Note that Acronis True Image integrates with the File Explorer, so you can right-click to add files to your backup or generate sharing links.
Archive and Sync Acronis' Archive tab analyzes your folders for unnecessary files and offloads them to an external drive or cloud storage. You can set it Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer run through your files automatically or select files individually.
Additionally, like the Backup tab, it lets you encrypt said data or choose which data center to use. These archives are accessible via the File Explorer or through the web interface. There's also Sync, which keeps a folder accessible and up-to-date across devices. From the desktop application, the Sync tab lets you create a default folder to use with cloud storage or just between a few chosen computers, with the option to add cloud syncing later. The files and folders are also accessible from the web interface as well as Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer mobile apps.
Sync worked as advertised in our testing, but it doesn't save multiple file versions. Recovering Your Files Acronis True Image provides simple restore options for each one of the backup tasks you set up. You just select a backup task, navigate to the Restore tab, pick some or all of those files with point-in-time recovery options available via a dropdown menuand then hit Continue. Depending on the product that you use, this component may be called Acronis Backup Archive Explorer or Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer. After using Acronis True Image Backup Archive Explorer product for months, and thinking it was doing what it was supposed to do, tonight I found a corrupted file that needed replacing.