From the Acronis FAQ on their web site: "It is strongly not recommended to reboot the computer during the changes are being applied to the physical drive, as most likely the system files and other vital data is being modified. The reboot during this process can cause data corruption and can result into unbootable or unstable system. ... Try&Decide automatically discards all changes when the computer is rebooted." Uffda. That means any software install that requires a reboot to complete that install - and which is still required by many programs - will end up either screwing over Try&Decide or the user won't be able to perform a [complete] uninstall. That's why I quit using ShadowSurfer (free) because a software install that required a reboot would result in wiping the changes as if the install was never started. Guess I'll continue using VMWare Server (free) to test software that requires being installed rather than just copying its files.