Macrium Reflect 7.2.4228 Disaster Recovery Tools for PC Windows

Paramount Software UK Ltd - 5.0 MB ( Non-Commercial Freeware)



Macrium Reflect helps users, even the inexperienced ones, to protect their computer from a possible crash by backing up their system in a very easy manner.

Macrium Reflect is a program that backs up the system, in a easy manner.

It creates images (Ghost) or disk images of the system, copies, compress and records the entire PC on a partition, or on a storage medium, for a recovery from a crash.

It is possible to provide backup and recovery with simple clicks. More advanced users will benefit from export opportunities in xml format and management of Visual Basic scripts.

Modules with password protection and restoration are also included. The application supports most storage devices (CD, DVD, USB flash drive, removable hard drive) as well as NTFS, FAT and ext2 systems. Automatically regular backups can be scheduled using the planning function.

Title:
Macrium Reflect 7.2.4228 Disaster Recovery Tools for PC Windows
File Size:
5.0 MB
Requirements:
Windows XP / Vista / Windows 7 / XP 64-bit / Vista 64-bit / Windows 7 64-bit / Windows 8 / Windows 8 64-bit / Windows 10 / Windows 10 64-bit
Language:
en-us
License:
Non-Commercial Freeware
Date Added:
23 Apr 2019
Publisher:
Paramount Software UK Ltd
Homepage:
http://www.macrium.com
MD5 Checksum:
FC37FF3D75018F97274BF9B03CAB2C1D

What's New?

Image file loading speed improvement
Reduced the time taken for Reflect to read the indexes back from the previous files in the backup set. This is most noticeable when reading a large number of remote files.
Bug Fixes

Change Block Tracker
Fixed an issue where a TRIM operation on a Registry hive would cause a dead-lock if some third-party software was holding a lock on the Registry.
Fixed an issue where CBT could not be enabled on some volumes if the list of file extents for the NTFS $LogFile spanned a 512 byte boundary.
Image Guardian
Fixed an issue on some Windows 7 systems, where MIG was prevented from using the Microsoft cryptographic functions.
viBoot
Creating an Incremental image of an encrypted/password protected image would fail with invalid password. This has been resolved.




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