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Drive Image Backup:  A Review of the Top Products
Feb 21st, 2008 at 1:44pm
 
This recent (February, 2008) review of drive image backup software may be of interest to readers of the forum:  Drive-Imaging:  Beyond Backup.  The products in the review include:
  • Acronis True Image 11 Home
  • Paragon Drive Backup 8.5 Personal Edition
  • ShadowProtect Desktop 3.1
  • Symantec's Norton Ghost 12.0
  • DriveImage XML
Among the products reviewed, the “Editor’s Choice” is ShadowProtect Desktop.
 

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Re: Drive Image Backup:  A Review of the Top Products
Reply #1 - Feb 23rd, 2008 at 4:26pm
 
Let's see .. who do we know here who happens to use ShadowProtect? Smiley

Looks like you made a wise choice, Pleo. Tho the link takes you to a Ghost 12 page.

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I might recommend buying Norton Ghost 12.0 because it has the best interface of any drive-imaging competitor, and it's the only product of its kind that won't frighten a completely nontechnical user.
 
 
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Re: Drive Image Backup:  A Review of the Top Products
Reply #2 - Mar 1st, 2008 at 1:35pm
 
Yes, Norton Ghost 12 did receive a very good review, too.  I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend Norton Ghost to anyone, even though I currently prefer an alternative (ShadowProtect).

Product reviews such as this one are “one data point” to consider when making a purchase decision.  Obviously, this review (or any other) can’t (and shouldn’t) be a substitute for thinking about your own individual needs and unique requirements.

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