I am Looking for Good Backup Software for under 50 Bucks

Kapustin Yar

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Hey Gang,
I used to use Roxio Goback. That, and its decendents no longer work. I used to us Norton Ghost. Now that is not available. The I used to use Acronis. That is now over 100 dollars. Is there any reliable full system backup software or automatic system restore software for under 50 Bucks out there?
 

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ACRONIS is free with many HDDs or SSDs ... What Brand do you have ????
I use Free File Sync to backup my Data and Acronis for my System.
 
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Kapustin Yar

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ACRONIS is free with many hdds or sdds ... What do you have ????
I use Free File Sync for my Data and Acronis for my System.
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Hey Gang,
I used to use Roxio Goback. That, and its decendents no longer work. I used to us Norton Ghost. Now that is not available. The I used to use Acronis. That is now over 100 dollars. Is there any reliable full system backup software or automatic system restore software for under 50 Bucks out there?
I am using windows 10
ACRONIS is free with many hdds or sdds ... What do you have ????
I use Free File Sync for my Data and Acronis for my System.
I am using windows 10
 

Kapustin Yar

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ACRONIS is free with many hdds or sdds ... What do you have ????
I use Free File Sync for my Data and Acronis for my System.
I wasn't aware Acronis 10 was free for Windows 10. Where can I get this? Can you supply a link?
 

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Acronis is free for Western Digital, Seagate and Crucial HDDs or SSDs (that I know of right now)
I've never used it but Macrium has good reviews and and should replace Acronis
 

Kapustin Yar

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Well I got Acronis last night, three PC's for under 40 dollars. I think Acronis is good too.

I really don't understand what happened to Norton. I was suprised to find out they are no longer in business. You'd think with the money they paid for Roxio Goback and the following they had with the Backup industry, they wouldn't have folded. It strikes me as odd. Can anyone tell me why?
 

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