TI Home 10 I create a Secure Zone that is 100GB in size on my 2nd hard disk. The first backup save there was a full backup of my C: drive (1st hard disk). I then decided to repartition the 1st hard disk because there were some very large files in the C: drive that I did not want to include in my backups. I split the 1st hard disk into 2 partitions which were drive C: and E: (drive D: was a small partition that I left on the 2nd hard disk for some other backups; the 2nd hard disk is my backup disk). When I ran an incremental backup, the result was not just drive C: getting backed up but also drive E:. The reason is that the disk was selected when the task was defined when I select drive C:. After I created the 2nd partition on the 1st hard disk, TI Home still had the whole 1st disk selected so both C: and E: were selected during the incremental backup. I deliberately put large files on E: that I did not want to include in backups of C:. However, because I didn't know to re-review the settings for the incremental backup task, it included all partitions on the 1st hard disk so C: and E: got included. This made the incremental backup very huge. I don't want the files on E: to be included in the backups stored in the Secure Zone. When I used backup locations, I could navigate to those paths and deliberate any .tib backup files that I no longer wanted (in reverse order). For example, maybe the host was infected after a full backup but by the time an incremental or differential backup was performed. I certainly don't want to keep the infected backup in the Secure Zone waiting until it eventually gets rolled out and in the meantime leave the possibility that the infected files in the backup get restored. In my case, the backup included a partition that I did not intend to get included in an incremental backup. So how do I delete backups from the Secure Zone? In fact, if I so choose, how do I wipe the Secure Zone of all backups? I have not found any options that let me properly manage the Secure Zone. Yes, I can load an image but that doesn't let me delete that image backup from the Secure Zone. Am I supposed to mount the image and delete all files within it to zero it out so the backup in the Secure Zone gets squashed to nothing? Having the Secure Zone protected from accidental or intentional corruption by applications running on my host, like for malware, is nice but it shouldn't prevent *me* from managing my own backups. If Acronis is not going to provide reasonable management of the Secure Zone, I don't see any point in using it. Instead I'll just delete it, delete that partition and enlarge drive D: on that 2nd hard disk, and use a backup location defined in Acronis (although I've found that quotas are not being honored for backup locations as mentioned in another post of mine).