Macrium Reflect (Free Edition)

Macrium Reflect (Free Edition)



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backup your disk partitions Macrium Reflect Free Edition enables you to create complete backups of your disk partitions, including operating system, installed programs and all your settings. Using disk images instead of simple file backups allows you to restore your system to the same state in the event of a system crash or hardware failure. The backup disk images can be saved to a local folder, external drives, a network location or burned to a Linux based or BartPE rescue CD/DVD. Macrium Reflect Free Edition can backup your system partition from within Windows by taking advantage of the Volume Shadow Copy service.Other features include mounting and exploring of backup images, optional compression, a built-in scheduler for automated backups and creation of recovery media. Copyright Snapfiles.com

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Publisher Paramount Software UK Ltd Price Free
Version 6.3.1821  history Last updated Feb 27, 2017
File Size 2.94 Mb Requirements None

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Impressive and very useful 5 stars by Nicholas Mar 09, 2017 (Read all my 64 reviews)
For the less experienced user it will take some studying but that is certainly worthwhile. In a matter of less than an hour I got exactly what I wanted: An image of my C: system partition written to an external HD plus (with help of Macrium) a bootable Windows PE rescue cd to restore my system in case of an emergency. Every user should use this! show Review details
A must have tool .. 5 stars by lvarnas Mar 04, 2017 (Read all my 2 reviews)
It save me 2 times in hard disc failures. After the disc replacement, I used the macrium reflect rescue medium to restore easily the system to its previous state. It's free and reliable what more you want? show Review details
Don't depend on it 2 stars by neilhmurphy983 Mar 27, 2016
Several things: I was using TDK DL DVDs. On a Win 7 Pro x64 Lenovo 400. The first time I tried to back up my system in preparation for Win X the second disk got an error. I think, this may have been due to my jumping the gun. In an effort to save time I pre-loaded the disk rather than clicking "OK". As I recall the formatting never occurred. I tried to review the log but I could find no error. The log lacked time stamps, so I couldn't tell the stat from the end. The second time I got all the way to disk six of six when an error occurred. It looked like the backup process was all but complete. Given the time that is consumed in this process one would think that there would be some sort of error recovery. For instance instead of just scrapping everything the program could have called for a new disk and carried on. One other nuisance is being prompted to format each disk. If I'm backing up my system and Reflect requires formatting the disk, just do it. You have my tacit permission. The free version doesn't back up files and when I used the paid version I found that I still need Reflect to view/restore them. show Review details
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