Windows 10: Should I settle on Acronis True Image (paid version) or Macrium?

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       2 Weeks Ago #31

    I think Macrium should offer free shares to senior members of this forum considering all the new business we have generated for them!
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  2.    2 Weeks Ago #32

    simrick said: View Post
    LOL!
    I meant "also" as in "for the features" plus to support them. I appreciate the RDR, Incrementals and MIG. Macrium have saved my a$$ many times - MIG alone is worth the money.
    It is a shame the free version does no have incrementals as free version of AOEMI backupper does and it is making inroads into the market. I have had AOEMI fail (on 32bit uefi tablets, it just faiks miserably) and it is not as flexible but incrementals give it a marketing edge for some users.

    However, I use Home version and gladly paid. Rapid Delta Restore is the canine fluffy bits in my opinion.
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  3.    2 Weeks Ago #33

    cereberus said: View Post
    It is a shame the free version does no have incrementals as free version of AOEMI backupper does and it is making inroads into the market. I have had AOEMI fail (on 32bit uefi tablets, it just faiks miserably) and it is not as flexible but incrementals give it a marketing edge for some users.
    You can get the Pro version free at the moment AOMEI Backupper Professional Edition for Lifetime Unlimited Giveaway - Windows 10 Forums

    This deals with UEFI (according to them) and makes real time backup of selected folders.
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       2 Weeks Ago #34

    lx07 said: View Post
    You can get the Pro version free at the moment AOMEI Backupper Professional Edition for Lifetime – Unlimited Giveaway - Windows 10 Forums

    This deals with UEFI (according to them) and makes real time backup of selected folders.
    Thanks! I scarfed that up. It's ok to have a backup to the backup!
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  5.    2 Weeks Ago #35

    f14tomcat said: View Post
    Thanks! I scarfed that up. It's ok to have a backup to the backup!
    Me too. Don't know if it is better than Macrium but doubling up makes sense to me also.
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  6.    2 Weeks Ago #36

    cereberus said: View Post
    It is a shame the free version does no have incrementals as free version of AOEMI backupper does and it is making inroads into the market. I have had AOEMI fail (on 32bit uefi tablets, it just faiks miserably) and it is not as flexible but incrementals give it a marketing edge for some users.

    However, I use Home version and gladly paid. Rapid Delta Restore is the canine fluffy bits in my opinion.
    Good to know. I am happy with Macrium and won't bother with AEOMI.
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  7.    2 Weeks Ago #37

    I asked Aomei support about the key and they said it would fail to activate after the time period was over. I tried to use the backup dll file mentioned in another thread to save the Pro version and it didn't work.

    Later yesterday, I was working with an older PC and Macrium worked great replacing an older smaller hard drive and using my network to backup/restore it from. Macrium is all I need.
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  •    2 Weeks Ago #38

    Access Denied said: View Post
    I asked Aomei support about the key and they said it would fail to activate after the time period was over. I tried to use the backup dll file mentioned in another thread to save the Pro version and it didn't work.

    Later yesterday, I was working with an older PC and Macrium worked great replacing an older smaller hard drive and using my network to backup/restore it from. Macrium is all I need.
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