Cesar 11:05 15 Jan 09

Several Members have advocated the above but, on reading PC Avisors Review it stated that the interface was confusing is that so?

  howard64 11:22 15 Jan 09

I have never found it so.

  rawprawn 11:58 15 Jan 09

Like howard64, I don't have a problem with it.

  DieSse 12:55 15 Jan 09

Perhaps the PC Advisors reviewers are easily confused.


  avesnes1 14:46 15 Jan 09

I've been using it for 18 months. Seems very clear and straightforward and simple to use. Also it has saved my life after files on my machine were corrupted when trying to download a pdf file from my local authority's website. Worth every penny for taking some of the worry out of home computing.

  iscanut2 14:58 15 Jan 09

A not confused user. Buy it !

  cocteau48 15:08 15 Jan 09

I would presume that the PC Advisor guys were reviewing the latest version (TI 12 2009) which has a new user interface very different from the previous versions, and is,in my opinion,very easy to understand and use.... and much faster to restore an image.
I would not contemplate computing without it!
It has paid for itself,in time alone,over and over again and is one of the few programs that it is worth parting with your hard earned for.

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