I must be doing something wrong. Ever since I started using TI 9, I have noticed that a 1 day incremental backup takes more than 1 GB at normal compression. Needless to say, I haven't been using incremental backups. I ran a full backup yesterday (4 GB), and an incremental this morning (1.2 GB). Then I plugged in the image, and looked at the files to see why it was so large. It appears that MANY old files are backed up, which should NOT happen for an incremental backup. For example, I downloaded a 160 MB podcast video on 12/16. I haven't touched the file or looked viewed the video for a week, but it was included in the incremental backup. I found 8,513 objects underneath the \Program Files folder. This does not make any sense. Many of these are for programs I don't use every day. For example, it backed up the files in \Program Files\PowerQuest\Drive Image 7.0, which I have not used since 11/01/05, when I started using Acronis TI 9. Has anyone else seen this behavior? I am running TI 9 build 2323 under Windows XP Pro. This is a Dell 5150, with two SATA drives, 160 GB and 100 GB.