Acronis True Image 2019 build 17750

Acronis' latest adds active protection, anti-ransomware and a conversion to virtual machine tool



Acronis True Image 2019 is the latest version of the popular backup tool.

The program provides simple ways to back up your entire PC, specific disks or partitions, or individual files and folders. Backups can be saved locally or to the cloud, while a Sync feature ensures key files are always available on any device, wherever you are.

A backup analysis and statistics module enables you to easily see a representation of what's taking up the most space in your backup (much like Apple offers with iCloud backups).

Acronis True Image includes anti-ransomware protection. We're assuming that this is included so your backups are always protected from being encrypted by ransomware, so if your computer gets infected, then your backups remain safe. This will then enable you to quickly restore a previous backup, rather than worry about paying a ransom fee.

The new Conversion to Virtual Machine option enables you to take an existing backup and convert it to a virtual machine. This could be immensely useful if you backed up your entire desktop computer, needed access to the contents of your laptop when you were on the road. Simply convert to a virtual machine and run within VMware Workstation.

What's new in v2019 Update 3 (see the release notes for more info)?

- Acronis True Image now supports three new languages: Bulgarian, Indonesian, and Turkish. You can switch the language in the Acronis True Image "Settings" tab.
- Bug fixes and other improvements.

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Acronis True Image 2019 is arguably the industry-standard backup tool and has some welcome new features and improvements.

Specification: Acronis True Image 2019 build 17750:

Windows XP,Windows Vista (32 bit),Windows 7 (32 bit),Windows Vista (64 bit),Windows 7 (64 bit),Windows 8,Windows Server,windows 10
Trial Software
Date Added:
March 27, 2019

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