Dear Acronis Technical Support, This is the first version of TI I have purchased since the days of version 8. I am worried about one thing, and disappointed by two other issues. First: It lets me explore my .tib files without having to enter the password for them! These .tibs (My Windows XP C drive and another .tib for my My Documents partition) are created through tasks. As part of the task they have a password set for them. I can verify this by opening one of the tasks in Notepad and seeing this for example: <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?> <backup uuid="038F16AB-F17D-43CC-89DA-F8645CA4F0E3" version="1.0"> <display name="System C backup" /> <source strid="\local\hd_sign(2B629437)\part_sn(248D365F72248D6E)start(63)" /> <target file="F:\System C backup.tib" /> <options backup_acronis_svc="false" compression="maximum" password="001F5wJuCD4o4vk" /> </backup> As you can see, there is the password (encrypted). But if I choose Open or Explore the .tib in Windows Explorer I can view all the files and copy them. Therefore, any malicious person can use this build of TI to get past the purpose of a password. Please let me know if I've missed something. Otherwise, I urge you to quickly release a build that will create .tibs that 11.8027 can't open. Secondly: Unlike TI 8, I can't start a task (.tis) by double clicking the task or opening it in TI. I now have to launch TI and find the task which takes 5 clicks, since the tasks are no longer on the TI home screen. I prefer tasks that I run manually, so this is a major step backward. Thirdly, and finally: although I can view my .tibs in Windows Explorer (as we well know from the above!), I can't Mount them. Despite them being simple backups of whole partitions, TI gives me the message: Specified archive cannot be mounted since it contains no partitions. Although TI 11 has some great points, I am really disappointed on the whole. Can you assure me these are known issues (or otherwise) which are being fixed, or should I ask for my money back and stick with TI 8? Many thanks. Edit: if it's any help, the archive password used is the same as my Windows XP User Account password. But I don't see how TI would "know" that and think "okay they're the same, we'll skip asking you a password."