Acronis True Image 2017 is a new, multi-platform edition of the trusted backup tool. The application can work with both local and cloud storage, and can be configured to backup your whole disk or just single files or folders. It brings faster disk imaging technologies, supports data migration and the ability to backup virtual machines.
Key features include:
- Full system image backup.
- Cloud backup to a secure online location.
- Easy and fast recovery.
- Personal key encryption technology that protects your backups.
- Data migration (PC).
- Parallels compatibility and virtual machine backup.
- Smart scheduling.
- Ease of use.
- Advanced backup modes.
- Support of most storage media.
- Full system restore from the cloud.
- Certified for Windows XP, 7, 8, and 10.
As you would expect from a firm that has been making backup solutions for well over a decade, Acronis has hit the mark again with the 2017 edition of their renowned backup application.
With Acronis True Image 2017 you can protect your PC's data should anything unfortunate happen. With a full system backup in place, you can keep all your data safe even if your computer is lost, stolen or damaged. You can backup locally or remotely to the cloud, and then access your data anytime and from anywhere you need.
An unclear error message is displayed while backing up to the cloud: 'FES request failed'.
The product is locked and the 'Subscription expired' lock screen appears for users with an active subscription license, if the license conflict was not resolved at the account management web page.
The 'Expired subscription' lock screen is shown to the users with an active subscription if they could not sign in to the account for 30 days.
The product activation fails if the installed BIOS firmware does not support BIOS ID requests.
The product subscription is shown as Trial after the product upgrade from version 2017 to 2018.
A system report generated from the application hangs if the C:\ProgramData\Acronis folder contains a file.
A mapped network drive does not work under WinPE-based bootable media.
Backup to CD or DVD fails with the error 'Cannot open the backup'.
After cleaning up old backup versions on the Acronis Cloud web application, the storage space is not freed up.