A complete disaster recovery solution for your home and office. Protect your personal documents, photos, music and emails. Upgrade your hard disk or try new operating systems in the safe knowledge that everything is securely saved in an easily recovered backup file.
- Don't compromise your data integrity with second best
Macrium Reflect uses leading data compression techniques to create accurate and reliable images of your hard disk or partitions on your disk.
- Simple step by step operation
Image and Restore using intuitive wizards and interfaces. Macrium Reflect integrates fully with Windows Explorer, a partition image can be created with a simple right click.
- Automate the process
With Macrium Reflect you can schedule Images to run at any time. Disk space management ensures that you optimize the available space on external drives.
- Restore individual files and folders
Create a 'Virtual' drive in Windows Explorer and recover selected files and directories using simple copy and paste operations.
In the event of a total loss of the Windows operating system your PC can be started using the Reflect recovery CD.
What's new in this version:
- Restore view loading speed increase
- The time to populate the Restore view with image and backup files has been reduced.
- Linux CD incorrect image information displayed
- On the initial page of the Linux restore wizard, Incremental and Differential image files were labelled as Full images. This has been resolved.
- Image mounting problem from a password protected network share
- When using Windows Explorer context menu to mount an image, if the share was password protected the the mount could fail. This has been resolved
- Improved Installer reliability
- Macrium Reflect installation could fail and rollback if the installation of the Reflect service failed due to Anti-Virus software blocking the installation. This has been resolved.
- Problem with File and Folder backup due to Russian locale
- When using Russian Windows, Files greater than 4GB in size would not combine to a single file in the restore process. This has been resolved.