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    Macrium Reflect paid version

    Has anyone spotted any good deals, price wise, on this currently?

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    The opinion here seems to be the free version is all you need for home use. Do you have different requirements?

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    The free version, from what I understand, is limited on it's ability to do file and folder or incremental backups versus the paid edition. I haven't seen any sales, but then again I have not been looking since I have Acronis and am perfectly happy with it.
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    Yes, I would like to be able to do it all in one place. Run file/folder backups from time to time as well as imaging. Have to switch to the Windows 7 backup version and it is rather clunky.

    Just wanted to check and see if anyone knew of any bargains!

    Barbara

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    Barbara,

    Up until recently, I would have said EaseUS Todo backup Free v.4. The 4.0.0.2 build (if you can find it on an archiving site) is excellent, but the 4.0.0.5 build removes the ability to do differential backups, make a Win PE boot disc, along with some other tools. Macrium is $6 more expensive for one copy, but their 4-pack seems less so, if you need that many copies.

    Zig

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    As far as I am aware, Macrium Reflect is only available from their website, and the "Household 4 Pack" (4 licences for the price of 2), as Zig says above, seems to be the only 'deal' for the Standard and Professional versions for Home use.
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    See if perhaps you can get on a email list for discount coupons.
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