HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Acronis True Home Image

acronis true home image 2010


I am forever losing things on the computer. For me it is absolutely
necessary to have a reliable backup and recovery product that can save
me lots of problems. Having just gotten a new laptop recently I knew it was important that it was protected. The offer to review Acronis True Home Image, a hard disk recovery solution, couldn’t have had better timing.

About Acronis True Home Image 2010

This holiday season consider giving the gift of peace of mind? complete PC protection. Should an unforeseen event such as a virus unstable software download or hard drive failure occur and cripple your loved one?s computer, they can easily restore their entire PC including the Operating System, term papers, notes, applications, pictures, video, music, financial documents, and settings.

Many people think backing up their computer would be complicated but with one click Acronis True Image Home 2010 allows users to create an exact copy of their PC and restore it from a major failure in minutes. This software can be purchased online at or national retailers such as Best Buy. It is the product of choice of Best Buy?s Geek Squad.

Having a hard drive crash is not a matter of if but when–unfortunately many people only purchase our software after having experiencing a hard drive crash. Like Insurance, you don?t appreciate it fully until you need it, but should they need disaster backup and recovery for their PC they?ll be protected.

Acronis True Home Image creates a snapshot of the hard drive. It backs up even the operating system. Use it whenever a hard drive problem exists. Fix things when there is a mess up on the install by going back to what was on prior to the install. I haven’t needed it yet but I? feel much safer now using the computer.

Acronis True Home Image is a Windows only program and cannot be used on a Mac. It retails for $39.99 and can be purchased online from the Acronis store. It’s also available from retailers including Fry’s Electronics, CompUSA, Best Buy, Micro Center, Hastings, J&R Computer World and Central Computer, as well as from online resellers like Amazon, PC Mall, Cheap Bytes and Linux Central.

The product(s) featured in this review was provided free of cost to me for the sole purpose of product testing and review. This review has not been monetarily compensated and is based on the views and opinions of my family and/or self. Please note that the opinions reflected in this post have not been influenced by the sponsor in any way.

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