If you don't need to restore, you can choose to boot from the CD or DVD. The program will present you with a help screen, explaining the various features. New in 2013 is the option to launch your backups.
At the start of the backup process, Acronis True Image 2013 creates a backup of the operating system and your files. At the end of the backup, Acronis True Image 2013 creates an image file, which includes the entire system, including the operating system, along with your files, complete with their settings. The image file is saved on your local computer. You may restore the image to any supported storage device -- either an ISO-CD or DVD, or a USB flash drive. If you need to restore to your computer, then, you can use the standard Windows PE disk recovery tools; your IT support team will be able to show you how to do that.
A computer, operating system, Apple iPhone, iOS, or Android device that is connected to the Internet can be protected and backed up). To make your device, car, and home network available for backup, run Acronis Active Zone.
Core utilities are included to backup your files. The AIX software can backup or restore files as they are written to the media. It can back up and restore files to/from disk; A Disk image can be created or re-created. Update system files and included driver files are created and/or updated according to their dates and repair of broken and error messages. A Windows backup includes the tool that makes it easy to recover everything from a single image and to create system images. Oracle Linux backup includes the following Linux tools: d2c66b5586