Microsoft has started pushing the Windows 10 Creators Update (also known as version 1703) to individual PCs as an automatic update. That is dangerous for your data! I know — three of my computers updated successfully. However, one of my computers failed to update completely. At that point, got stuck at 99% updated — and […]
Acronis has released their latest version of their hard drive imaging backup program, Acronis True Image Home 2012 (ATIH 2012). I wasted no time in purchasing my new copies. Although I could have upgraded at a significant discount (40%), I preferred to purchase new licenses for ATIH 2012, so that I had copies for additional […]
Here’s a tip for using Acronis True Image Home 2011: If you’ve got Acronis True Image Home 2011 all set up to do scheduled backups, doing an occasional full backup and a more frequent incremental or differential backup, you’ve got much more protection than most users have. Sure, they’ve got their Recovery DVD’s, if they […]
Reader Jack wrote to ask: You often write about imaging a system, but I do not see an explanation as to where Acronis is backing up to? Do I need an external drive? Certainly, backing up to the C: drive, even if partitioned would be a waste if the computer dies. You’re absolutely right, Jack, […]
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