OK, I hardly ever b***h about software. I'm usually the first to say people are doing something wrong, but UNtrueImage has changed all that. I have put up with the weird way you have to enter credentials to access a network drive. I have put up with the absolutely INFURIATING "image file corrupt" messages I have put up with the program burning coasters. But today was the final straw. After setting up a PC with all the laltest updates, applications, and even minor desktop settings, I figured I'd be smart to save it all to the "Secure zone" So I did, and it asked for a reboot, and I did, and walked away to let it work. Came back an hour later to a flashing cursor in the top left screen. My heart skipped, but wait, don't panic. Reboot. Same thing. Loaded up a partion manager and what do I find? From an 8GB HD primary partition I wanted to "secure" after spending hours setting it up, now I have an empty 6GB partion, an empty 2GB extended and 2GB logical. ALL EMPTY...ALL GONE THANK YOU ACRONIS**T!!! Nice when your "backup" software destroys your data for you. Never another penny of mine, and even illegal copies wouldn't be worth the time spent to rip them off. That's sad.