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Macrium Reflect Backup Program 50% off Black Friday Deal

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My 30 trial of this excellent back up program ended and I needed to buy it. So I reached out to the company to see if they were going to have a Black Friday deal. They are and it just went live!

This is for the Macrium Reflect 7 Home Edition
It's a perpetual license but you also get 12 months Essentials Support with the license.

Single License
Original Price: US$69.95
Black Friday Price: US$34.98

4 Pack License
Original Price: US$139.95
Black Friday Price: US$69.98

If the link doesn't work, you can enter this as the coupon code - AY8-6P7-FQL

https://www.macrium.com/products/...id=v7-126b
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Free version still best for most home users
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Free version still best for most home users
Do you know if the free version can do what I'm trying to do right now?

I just bought a new 1TB SSD to replace a 500GB SSD because I'm running out of room. I don't want to lose anything I have on the existing smaller drive so looking to do a true copy (or clone).

Do I need to buy the version in this post or would the free version work?
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Do you know if the free version can do what I'm trying to do right now?

I just bought a new 1TB SSD to replace a 500GB SSD because I'm running out of room. I don't want to lose anything I have on the existing smaller drive so looking to do a true copy (or clone).

Do I need to buy the version in this post or would the free version work?
The free version will do cloning.
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The free version will do cloning.
Thanks, repped!

I tried EaseUS Todo last night and I kept running into issues. I'll try this tonight.
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Free version still best for most home users
That's probably true. I wanted the paid version because of the ability to do incremental backups and encrypt the backups.

Someone posted this feature comparison chart in the last deal:
https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree
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I been using the free version for couple of years now and its been solid solution for daily backups and occasional restore when changes needed to be undone.
I rarely see them go on sale so this is a treat and the delta restore is an interesting function that i've yet to find on any other solutions.
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Excellent software but the free version is all you need for home use
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Quote from paazel
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Free version still best for most home users
Yes, their free version is quite good.
Quote from Morning_Breath
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Do you know if the free version can do what I'm trying to do right now?

I just bought a new 1TB SSD to replace a 500GB SSD because I'm running out of room. I don't want to lose anything I have on the existing smaller drive so looking to do a true copy (or clone).

Do I need to buy the version in this post or would the free version work?
The free version will work for you; either clone, or make an image to an external drive and then "restore" the image to the new drive, then expand the partition to use the whole drive.

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That's probably true. I wanted the paid version because of the ability to do incremental backups and encrypt the backups.

Someone posted this feature comparison chart in the last deal:
https://www.macrium.com/reflectfree
Incrementals, Image Guard (to protect against infections and ransomware), re-deploy to new hardware and delta restore.

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I been using the free version for couple of years now and its been solid solution for daily backups and occasional restore when changes needed to be undone.
I rarely see them go on sale so this is a treat and the delta restore is an interesting function that i've yet to find on any other solutions.
Macrium is simply the best! I bought it. I feel it's important to support the good software companies.
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too bad it doesn't work on server edition. I'd like centralized backup for my physical and virtuals
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Wish they had a Mac version.
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I have two SSD in my Windows 10 Pro system + others HDD that run storagespaces . Storage spaces backup is managed by windows.

For Windows running on SSD, Can this software continuously keep other SSD in sync for fail-over.
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I have two SSD in my Windows 10 Pro system + others HDD that run storagespaces . Storage spaces backup is managed by windows.

For Windows running on SSD, Can this software continuously keep other SSD in sync for fail-over.
Not sure what you mean by "continuously" (it's not a RAID setup). I have Windows on my SSD and DATA on a spinner (mechanical). I have auto-scheduled Macrium to make weekly full images of my SSD and daily differential images. If something goes wrong, I can restore an image of Windows and be back up and running in minutes. (I do the similar with my data.)
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Perpetual License meaning Lifetime?
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Perpetual License meaning Lifetime?
It means, if you buy version 7, you get all updates for v7, always free. Your Macrium support lasts for 1 year. If/when they release a new version (8), you would likely have the option to upgrade for a reduced price. I'm pretty sure they did that a few years ago for version 6 users when v7 came out. Or, you could just stick with v7 indefinitely.
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