As a Windows user, I make an image of my C drive every couple of days, onto a separate Hard Drive (HD), & retain images at least 1 month. I want to continue the same practice when I use my MAC. I am studying a User's Guide pending delivery of my new MAC laptop o/a Jan. 27. From what I have learned so far, MAC's Time Machine (TM) looks like it is much more powerful than Windows System Restore. However, I am uncertain as to whether TM is the equal of, say, Macrium Reflect. ==>QUESTION: Can TM fully restore my MAC if I have a major crash, or if I have to replace my HD, or if I futz around too much & screw up key system files?