After having tested TI 10 (build 4942) thoroughly with both the Beta and RC versions of Windows 7 x64, I was comfortable that the program was performing correctly in Windows 7 despite the official denial of compatibility by Acronis. I did many, many backups and restores successfully as I was beta testing Windows 7 through each of its builds. So imagine my surprise when I installed TI 10 tonight in the final (RTM) version (build 7600) of Windows 7 Ultimate x64 and saw the following message when starting TI: I would really like to understand the technical reasons for black-listing this program and was wondering if Acronis support would be so kind as to list the reasons that TI 10 is supposedly not compatible with Windows 7. If there are good reasons, I would like to understand them since there will probably be a lot of questions on the forum as Windows 7 rolls out. In a spirit of cooperation, I would like to help answer some of the questions that are sure to arise about TI 10 and Windows 7 in the coming weeks and months. In exchange for all of the free technical support that I have provided in the past or may provide forum users in the future, would Acronis Support in return please help me understand the underlying technical issues that TI 10 causes with Windows 7 ?