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Posted 26 July 2013 - 21:05
Personally I use SyncToy which is incredibly simple to use and works perfectly for me... I'd love to backup online too, but most of the plans are so expensive
Posted 26 July 2013 - 21:06
Macrium reflect for now... Can anyone suggest one that can boot to recovery before loading the OS, like acronis (press f11 to recover)??
Posted 26 July 2013 - 21:07
Ive been using bittorent sync for LAN and offsite file syncs.
GFI backup for taking compressed backups
Posted 26 July 2013 - 21:24
Redo Backup and Recovery. http://redobackup.org/
Works well with Linux and Windows. Nothing to install, either. It runs off a CD or USB stick. I used unetbootin to get the iso onto a stick and have never looked back. Boot to the stick, run your backup, and move on. For bare metal restores, it rocks!
Oh, and it's free and open source.
Posted 17 August 2013 - 17:50
I do not like Macrium Reflect interface and True Image 2013 is unstable.
I use AX64 Time Machine. http://www.ax64.com/ Cheaper and the best! There a more advance version coming out soon for multiple partitions. It is pretty new just to make sure you know but it is improving daily.
Even got True Image 2013 for $10 but didn't want it.
Posted 30 August 2013 - 14:37
I'm new to Windows 8 and what I have a friend, who's been a Windows user for many many years(great to have one of those around) tell me is that there's a built-in backup solution called File History. So I opted for that. I guess it's called Windows Backup here. It's backing up to a seperate harddrive.
If it's any good I have yet to find out - so far so good. I'm only a few days in.
I'm looking in having a seperate full backup on an external drive so I'm following this thread.