I am now updated to v11 and very much like the new features I am seeing. One feature I like is that I can go to Explorer and open up the backup, saved on a single partition (just for backups) dedicated hard drive, find the specific file I want to view/restore then copy/save it to the desktop and do whatever. Another feature that looks very interesting is Try&Decide. Has anyone else used this feature extensively? I have not tried it yet but it appears to have a lot of potential security benefits. I have not found much mentioned about Try&Decide on this forum so far. I have done one Full System BackUP, without compression and with verify, on the single partition dedicated external hard drive, and it went well but took a great number of hours. On the following day I did an Incremental BackUP to the Full System BackUP, with verify, and after +-10 hours the Incremental BackUP was showing 0% progress so I cancelled the process. Between the Full System BackUP and the Incremental BackUP there was very little work done on the computer so it seems that an Incremental BackUP would have gone easily and completed in a very short time. On the following day I attempted an Incremental BackUP but after +- 14 hours 0% progress had taken place so I cancelled out. In a post I observed that if a backup was hanging then it was suggested to download some Acronis drivers. I downloaded and installed the suggested drivers and that helped for I was able to get some progress after +- 8 hours as apposed to 0% progress but the Incremental BackUP had not completed so I cancelled out. The computer OS is XPpro with ServPac 2. Any suggestions?