Acronis True Image 8 or 9 ???

  Batch 17:35 22 Jan 06

Is TI9 that much better than TI8 ???

In physical form I get can TI9 for £30 and TI8 for £17 (incl. shipment), unless anyone knows of any better deals.

But is TI9 worth the few extra pounds or not?

BTW, I know I can get TI9 in downloadable form for £22.71, but I prefer physical (don't ask me why, but it's a touchy feely thing).

  PaulB2005 18:24 22 Jan 06

Running TI 8 here fine. TI 9 seems to be a lot more trouble than 8 was (from the offical forums).

  PaulB2005 18:25 22 Jan 06

Which ever one you get make sure you immediately upgrade to the latest version.

  originalmiscellany 18:33 22 Jan 06

i've used both, and I'll say that in my opinion version 8 is the best- it offers the same features as 9 but with a clearer interface.

That's my pennies worth!

  JYPX 12:44 23 Jan 06

Another vote for TI8. It has been around for a while and is pretty well sorted.

  Batch 16:25 24 Jan 06

Thanks for the input.

Have decided to go with TI8 (just under £17 all in from a few places, including Amazon.

  rômanab 16:47 24 Jan 06

I assume it's a mistake by amazon, but it doesn't list XP as supported by version 8... click here

  rômanab 16:51 24 Jan 06

Don't think that link here

  Batch 17:00 24 Jan 06

I'd guess it's just a mistake on the page, 'cos if you click thru to System Requirements it shows XP.

Not only that I very much doubt that Acronis would have had a separate box distributed for diff. OS, even if diff OS setups are different. It would normally all be on the one install CD, it's not worth the hassle of doing otherwise.

  PaulB2005 17:02 24 Jan 06

Running Acronis True Image 8 build 937 on Windows XP Pro right here...

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