The Fastest and Easiest Personal Backup Software
Protect everything with full image backup on Windows and Mac: the operating system, programs, settings, files, and boot information. Back up to external drives, NAS devices, network shares, and cloud with just two clicks. Back up phones and tablets: iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Back up Facebook. Remotely back up for others anywhere in the world. Manage from a touch-friendly online dashboard. And much more!
Full image back up
Create an exact replica of an entire disk or a selected partition to enable fast recovery or migration to another computer.
File and Folder backup
Back up selected files and folders rather than a full image backup for those times when you don’t want to back up everything.
Powerful recovery options
Recover everything. Recover a file or a folder. View backup hierarchies and files securely from anywhere via a web browser.
No interruption back up
Backup operations are performed in the background with your system running. They don’t affect performance so you can work during back up.
Multiple backup plans
Schedule as many different backup plans as needed. Schedule full backups on a daily or weekly basis, while backing up certain folders more frequently — or even continuously. Configure backups to multiple destinations for better protection.
Flexible backup schemes
Create a complete backup every time. Or use version chain, incremental, differential or custom schemes based on your requirements for speed and storage.
Bootable media / Universal Restore
Recover disk image backups to any hardware. Ensure the backup can be recovered using Acronis driver injection technology that enables you to start up a system on a new computer. Resize and reorder partitions during recovery if necessary. Features End-to-end encryption & Password
Ensure your privacy with military-grade AES-256 encryption.
Save space by securely archiving older files to local drives or the cloud. Yet retain easy access to them via icons in Windows Explorer or Mac Finder or via web browser.
All backup files are automatically compressed to minimize storage usage.
Touch-friendly UI and online dashboard
Use Acronis True Image on any modern device with a touch screen.
Clone an entire disk to create an exact replica or migrate operating systems, programs, settings and all data to a larger or a faster disk.
Never forget about the content of a backup by adding comments to your backup plans.
Receive email status updates with details of successful or incomplete backups. Many customers who help other people with backup use email notifications to make sure they are aware of any problems with their backups before it is too late.
Advanced disk tools
Use Try&Decide to install software or drivers. If you are unhappy, roll back to the exact sector-by-sector state you were at prior to the install. Use Disk Eraser for military-grade disk wiping. And more!
Optimize size of backups by automatically excluding files you don’t need to keep.
Automatic backup cleanup
Limit the number or duration of versions or setup backup size limits to optimize storage usage. This is especially important when backing up multiple computers to one storage location.
Run any commands and scripts before and after backup to create your own custom backup workflow. For example, run a script to delete temporary files.
Automatically split backup files into smaller files for copying to various external media or uploading to cloud services with file size limitations.
Keep your backups recoverable using validation. You can configure how frequently to validate your backups.
Please note your statutory rights are not affected.
For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 12 months
- Scan Computers International Limited
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