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It looks quite good. Simple, portable and small in size.
But it will be better if it has a 64bit version.
Any results about it?
It should be a clone of ShadowProtect, both product line and files structure are very similar
It seems like a clone of ShadowProtect, they look very similar
Do you have any experience on it?
I also think that is mainly for servers, but it can be also used for desktop(personal).
Of course, a bit expensive
The new ActiveImage Protector 2018 is here!
I have uploaded another apps' screenshots
It is done in VMWare in about year 2013, maybe different in real environment.
I am not sure it is defragged or not.
Here is screenshots I took before which is operated in VMWare.
Orignal disk map
In my memory, Acronis(old version, not sure for the latest) will also change spreading of sectors
Active@Diskimage will change the spreading of sectors after restoration. It will put all used sectors in the front.
I think imaging apps are related to WinPE. I put three imaging apps into one WinPE.
May be IFW is too easy to run in WinPE, therefore, people may...
As Brian K mentioned how to run IFW on WinPE already, what kinds of other things you want to know?
Anyone tested its speed of full backup between v6 and v7?
Theoretically, 64-bit will be faster than 32-bit
I mean 64-bit app run in 64-bit OS and 32-bit app run in 32-bit OS
What's new in v7? :D
It seems not design for home users
Macrium Reflect 6 still slower than Acronis in hot-image on my PC:D
*I have not tested the speed of restoration
Thanks for your clarification. It still very strange:D
Its target is not home users:D
In my memory, ShadowProtect Desktop must be installed in OS. When doing restoration, it will check the image...
It is just a wish......
Sometimes I need to do hot imaging, then Acronis is a pain. Maybe a substitute(another imaging app) is needed for hot...
I have the same view as you:D
But its installation is quite bloated:'(
That's why I use it to do cold imaging only.:)
It looks like a clone of Easeus Todo Backup
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