Trial versionThe latest iteration of the backup and recovery solution from Acronis is embracing the most recent release of the Windows client. In addition to being tailored to Windows XP and Windows Vista, Acronis True Image Home 2010 has also been designed to play nice with Windows 7. Acronis True Image Home 2010 is positioned as consumer backup and recovery software and is designed to work with both desktops and laptops. Employing a patented disk imaging technology Acronis True Image Home 2010 is capable of taking snapshots of an entire hard drive, allowing end users to virtually go back in time and restore their operating systems in the eventuality of a system failure.
“With Acronis True Image Home 2010 in place, users can have assurance that their computer is fully protected with the industry’s widest range of backup and restore capabilities,” revealed Jason Donahue, CEO of Acronis. “Between disk imaging, file backup, local or online backup, and nonstop backup protection, Acronis True Image Home 2010 sets the standard for consumer PC disaster recovery in an affordable and easy-to-use solution.”
Acronis True Image Home 2010 can back up an entire PC, namely the operating system and all applications, settings, folders, files and updates. The latest version of Acronis is intimately connected with the Windows platform. In this regard, users will be able to access and retrieve data in the backup via nothing more than Windows Explorer. In addition to this, Acronis True Image Home 2010 permits customers to build a virtual machine using nothing more than backup image. The virtual machine created can be run in all Windows operating systems, including Windows 7 with virtualization solutions from Microsoft, VMware or Parallels.
At the bottom of this article you will be able to find the trial version of Acronis True Image Home 2010 for download. The estimated retail price of the backup and recovery solution is $49.99. In addition, Acronis Online Backup comes with a price tag starting at $4.95 per month for no less than 25GB of storage, and is offered in North America, Germany, France, and the United Kingdom.
“Acronis True Image Home 2010 gives the certainty that my data is being backed up and verified,” noted Chris Kirkman, of Lantana, FL, who has been using a beta version of the software. “The Nonstop Backup feature that allows me to quickly roll back to a previous point in time is much more reliable and easier to use than other alternatives.”
Acronis True Image Home 2010 is available for download here.