Paragon Backup and Recovery 11 Review


    Paragon Backup and Recovery Review

    If there is one backup program packed with features, it must be Paragon Backup and Recovery. Its latest edition, Backup and Recovery 11 Home proves worthy of the tag.

    Paragon Backup and Recovery 11 reviewParagon Backup and Recovery 11 ( version 2012)

    Company: Paragon

    License: Free, for personal-use only

    Languages: English

    Operating Systems: Windows 7 (32 bit), Windows 7 (64 bit), Windows Vista (32 bit), Windows Vista (64 bit), Windows XP

    Website: http://www.paragon-software.com/

    Contact: Paragon Software on 0800 047 0957

    Click here to go to the Paragon Backup official site for more information

    Paragon Backup and Recovery 11 Review: New Features

    If you take a look at the list of new features of Paragon Backup and Recovery 11, you will find that the strategy does not look very successful. The program is not at all about revolution but evolution. It is about building on what has been there before and there is no game changer.

    But in it are some functional additions not to mention the solid base it has that comes with the new build. Whether you are a newbie in Paragon or an old timer Paragon user, you won’t regret looking at the software.

    Paragon Backup and Recovery 2012 review

    One clever feature the backup software has is its ability to change an image into a virtual hard drive. This will give you the chance to run that image as virtual hard drive on a system with desktop virtualization should your system accidentally fails. This is one effective and quick way to restore any relevant data you have in times of system disaster.

    The options when it is time for you backup the drive you want and the archive destination are endless (whether it is local or network drive, CDs, DVDs or Blu-ray discs). You also have the option to exclude particular files from the backup inn one or two click plus manage your archive compression level and protect your backup with a password for security purposes, set up burning options and a lot more.

    Having a comprehensive scheduler means backup runs automatically when system starts up, logon, every day, every week and every month.

    If you go to the Advanced Mode, you will come across a lot of other options like creating differential backups of your drive and practical set of partitioning tools. Practically everything you need hide, resize, create, move, unhide, delete, organize and format your partitions is available. You just have to look for these options as they are not visible at a glance. If you are satisfied with the default settings, a helpful wizard will guide you through the process of setting up a backup with ease.

    Clear cut restoration is possible here. The software’s Recovery Builder helps in building a bootable recovery disc that makes restoring anything from a single file within the backup to an entire image and restores the backups even when your computer breaks down and refuses to boot.

    Remember, all these will be possible if you create the disc early on. This is what you should do first: open the Advanced Interface, click Tools > Recovery Media Builder, follow the directions and you are on your way to being protected from potential data disasters.

    Other great and helpful features  of the Paragon Backup & Recovery 11 that are worthy are backup to FTP/SFTP servers, exclude filters when copying a hard drive, Windows PE 3.0 boot disc and extended hardware support. These features will surely interest you.

    For all you know, you do not have to look far and wide in search for a software that is solid, flexible and dependable that will protect your valuable data because Paragon Backup & Recovery 11 could be what you need.

    The Paragon Backup and Recovery 2012 works on Windows 2000 SP4, XP, Vista, Win 7 – all 64 and 32 bit editions, all for $39.95.

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