New Reflect Free v7?

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  1. Steve C's Avatar
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    New Reflect Free v7?


    I thought Reflect Free v7 was due to be released before now. What's happened?
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  2. Bastet's Avatar
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    It's probably been delayed. There's nothing on the Forum about it though.
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  3. NavyLCDR's Avatar
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    Macrium Reflect v.7 is only available in the paid version.
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  4. Slippery's Avatar
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  5. cereberus's Avatar
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    Slippery said:
    On macrium support forum, end of June was quoted as target release date. Now mid August.....
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  6. OldMike65's Avatar
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    cereberus said:
    On macrium support forum, end of June was quoted as target release date. Now mid August.....
    You could always buy it ....some of us did quite a while back, I've been running version 7 for months. :)
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  7. Steve C's Avatar
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    OldMike65 said:
    You could always buy it ....some of us did quite a while back, I've been running version 7 for months. :)
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  8. cereberus's Avatar
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    OldMike65 said:
    You could always buy it ....some of us did quite a while back, I've been running version 7 for months. :)
    I have bought it, but you only get a single user licence which I use on main pc.

    I use free version on my other lesser used devices.

    Of course, you can always use a boot drive on any device but that limits functionality - not even sure if that violates licence.

    An interesting one was Macrium told me you needed a separate licence in a vm.

    I use hyper-v and of course you can just mount vhd on host as a drive, and use host Macrium install to image backup, and restore to another vhd.

    I do this to significantly compact vhds more effectively than powershell opitimize-vhd command.

    I asked Macrium about this and they conceded this was not violating licence.
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  9. Posts : 1,868
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    I suppose the obvious answer is that if sales are good of V7 (and I have no idea whether they are or not) then it doesn't make economic sense to release a free version.

    I looked on the Macrium forum yesterday and found a thread asking about the release date for V7. June was the answer as I recall. Later posts saying that date had been and gone were unanswered. Draw your own conclusions......
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  10. cereberus's Avatar
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    Mooly said:
    I suppose the obvious answer is that if sales are good of V7 (and I have no idea whether they are or not) then it doesn't make economic sense to release a free version.

    I looked on the Macrium forum yesterday and found a thread asking about the release date for V7. June was the answer as I recall. Later posts saying that date had been and gone were unanswered. Draw your own conclusions......
    As I said back in post #5.
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