Just curious ...

Discussion in 'FirstDefense-ISR Forum' started by Acadia, Nov 24, 2020.

  1. Acadia

    Acadia Registered Member

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    ... how many of you are still using Raxco's Instant Recovery. Now that we have other excellent recovery programs such as Macrium, Drive Snapshot, Image For Windows, just wondering how many were still using this clunky but reliable program.
    Thanks, Acadia
     
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  2. stapp

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    I don't use it anymore Arcadia, time changes things.

    FD-ISR was one of the best programs I ever used.
     
  3. LoneWolf

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    Not Instant Recovery but I am still using InstantRescue.
    It just works when I need it to.
     
  4. sukarof

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    I dont use it anymore either. I run mainly Linux nowadays.. But it was a wonderful program and rock solid.
     
  5. Longboard

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    Interesting question...:)
    I might keep a bare bones OS only snapshot stashed in the background. ;)
    Was a great safety/backup tool for me when I upgraded > W10
    Was such a great multi image/snapshot tool.
    Incredible utility and options.
    Terabyte and FDISR opened all sorts of doors.

    Have not flicked on FDISR for a long time.
    Not even sure if Raxco is still interested.

    Legacy that still works, but, really, have moved on.
    Just cant get myself to wipe the files :D

    No question about that. :thumb:
     
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