Comodo Backup in 2019

Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by Mac29, May 8, 2019.

  1. Mac29

    Mac29 Registered Member

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    A search on Comodo's backup application yields threads 6 to 10 years old. Anyone use or have thoughts on using it in 2019 with Windows 10? I'm considering installing it to use on my Data drive b/c of incrementals.

    Interested in reliability. Now before everyone recommends their favorite there are many I'm not interested in due to reading about problems over the years. I'm looking at you Acronis. Regardless of how many here will attest to it's quality I'll pass. Atomei and other newer entries have their merits I'm sure.

    I use Macrium to backup my OS, to multiple destinations. I could just keep making fresh differentials for my Data (which would cover getting it backed up) but I'd like to run incrementals.

    Any thoughts?


    Thanks,

    Mac
     
  2. TheRollbackFrog

    TheRollbackFrog Registered Member

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    Mac... sounds like you're using Macrium FREE. Having perused this Forum for years, very little is ever said about Comodo Backup, I'm not sure how many users are left.

    But from watching and listening... AOMEI Backupper seems to be the best FREE Incremental supporting imaging System. Personally, I'm a licensed Macrium REFLECT user and, of course, am very happy. My backup imaging System is Terrabyte Unlimited's "Drive Image & Restore Suite" (previously "Image For Windows")... also a licensed user.

    Hopefully there may be a stray Comodo Backup user still around that may be able to shed some light on your request.
     
  3. Mac29

    Mac29 Registered Member

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    Yeah RollbackFrog, I'm considering going Macrium premium when I build a new box this fall. Want to get into more Linux Mint and use one application to backup that and W10, including incrementals. Just read another thread about Terrabyte Unlimited for multi OS users. Curious that I've never heard of it before.

    Thanks for the heads up.
     
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