Oct 1 2009

Acronis Releases New Netbook Backup Software

Sometimes keeping up with routine data backups is just one more thing you don’t want to worry about. The fact that people use netbooks on the go means there’s a higher risk of hardware damage or data loss, so it can be truly useful to have backup and recovery software for your netbook.

Acronis is now selling the Acronis True Image Home 2010 Netbook Edition of its backup software for a price lower than the one it charges for the desktop edition: £23.95 ($38.20). The new recovery software is optimized for netbook screens and hardware.

With the Acronis 2010 Netbook Edition, users can back up their data to an external device or even Acronis’ online service. It supports all major Windows OSes as major processors used for netbooks – the Intel Atom 230, 330, N270, N280, Z500, Z510, Z520, Z530, and Z540 as well as the VIA C7-M CPU.

Via Acronis.

3 Comments on this post

Trackbacks

  1. Acronis Releases New Netbook Backup Software Notebook/Netbook Fans wrote:

    [...] post: Acronis Releases New Netbook Backup Software By admin | category: netbook | tags: 800-million, acronis, acronis-true, bedtime, [...]

    October 1st, 2009 at 4:20 pm
  2. Acronis Releases New Netbook Backup Software Software Rss wrote:

    [...] the original here: Acronis Releases New Netbook Backup Software By admin | category: back up software | tags: acronis, desktop, fragile-nowadays, [...]

    October 2nd, 2009 at 6:50 pm
  1. MleB said:

    Seems like an idea, but the photo of the packaging above suggests that it comes on a CD/DVD. Swell, but netbooks do not have that drive by default (and the backup location might be an external HDD) so that’s a bit, well…useless.

    Acronis – if they truly mean this to be for netbook users and produce a retail box of the product – needs to consider a SD card or USB flash drive.

    October 2nd, 2009 at 9:39 am

LEAVE A COMMENT

You must be logged in to post a comment.

Sponsors

Site Value
My site is worth:
Rank
What's your
Site Value?

LaptopLogic Message