Image Software

  [DELETED] 20:52 15 Jun 2006

What is the best and most user-friendly image software? I will be doing a fresh install of windows and when I have my PC as I want it (drivers, software etc) I want to put an image of it on disc should I need it in the future.

  [DELETED] 20:53 15 Jun 2006

I personally use Acronis True Image for all my backing up needs
click here

  Wuggy 23:15 15 Jun 2006

True Image Version 9 - £16.97 incl. delivery from Amazon. click here

  woodchip 23:17 15 Jun 2006

I will vouch for the above

  [DELETED] 23:19 15 Jun 2006

Apart from XP, I think it's one of the best pieces of software I have used.


  woodchip 23:22 15 Jun 2006

And although you may not use it as much, I got Acronis Disc Director Suite 10 click here

  woodchip 23:25 15 Jun 2006
  [DELETED] 23:58 15 Jun 2006

As above Acronis True Image, best thing since sliced bread.

  alan227 09:35 16 Jun 2006

Acronis True Image.
After a catastrophic failure, due to hardware, I used it to restore an image I had done 2 days earlier and in 50 minutes I was up and running again, as if nothing had ever happened.
I brought this product about 18 months ago and have never had to use it to restore till now and it is so easy, it holds your hand.

  [DELETED] 09:59 16 Jun 2006

Is there any free software available or would it not be up to the job?

  woodchip 10:06 16 Jun 2006

If you care then spend the money on True Image at least

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