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Acronis True Image Home 2011
Of all the things we can do with our PCs, an often ignored task is keeping our personal data safe. Past that, there's also a general lack of planning of what to do in the event of an OS crash. Acronis' True Image Home 2011 tackles both of these scenarios plus many more, and as we've found out, it shouldn't be overlooked.
You can check out our in-depth look at True Image Home and discuss it here!
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