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Windows Vista hangs on first reboot, when trying to install it on an NTFS partition formatted with Acronis Disk Director

Acronis True Image Echo saves backup archives in the [DD-MM-YYYY] or [M.D.YYYY] format instead of [DD-MM-YYYY HH:MM:SS] or [M.D.YYYY HH:MM:SS]

Acronis True Image for Mac uses an "always incremental" archive meaning there is physically one file in the archive location while the incremental changes are written to this file directly as opposed to older formats where incremental changes were written into individual files in the backup location.

Acronis True Image 2017 stores 20 versions of backed up data in the backup file, any of them can be selected for recovery.

Acronis True Image 2016/2015 for Mac store 10 versions of backed up data in the backup file, any of them can be selected for recovery.

Acronis products support Advanced Format disks

Description

Date and time format displayed in operating system and in Acronis True Image may be different.

Operating system displays date and time according to date and time format in regional settings:

Acronis True Image displays date and time format according to settings that are configured in the operating system for the region that is associated with language selected in Acronis True Image.

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