Discussion in 'backup, imaging & disk mgmt' started by newbino, May 25, 2012.
Why bother? With so many freeware alternatives, why pay money?
for the nice warm feeling inside u get, at least until u get the bill......
"So many freeware alternatives"? - I'm only aware of Comodo Time Machine?
brrrr... the PC's Terminator.
But seriously, there are so many free ways to achieve the same result now, so no need to pay money for something like Rollback Rx.
There are tons of ways to achieve the same results now, you don't need to pay for Rollback.
By the way, Time Machine version 3.0 will be released soon, so I recommend people wait to try that before they buy anything.
Such as (besides CTM)?
Tell me something... because your answer will answer your own question.. what is the objective for you using RollBack Rx? For what purpose and reason exactly?
Good question. To be honest, I'm not really sure. I just got a new laptop and I plan on making weekly image backups and my thoughts are that Rollback would do for making convenient daily and inter-day backups (snapshots) - should anything bad happen.
Firstly, get a proper full imaging program that backs up your ENTIRE C: D: etc. There are many great free ones, e.g Paragon, Macrium etc.
Then use the Windows7 create restore point and see if that suits you. And if something goes wrong, just restore the restore point, and if something goes really wrong, then just restore the Paragon, Macrium etc mage and you are up and running again.
And if you want to test software you aren't sure about, then use something like Bufferzone PRO or Toolwiz Time Freeze, all are freeware
And soon they are releasing COMODO Time Machine version 3.0, which should do what RollBack Rx, and it's also going to be Freeware.
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