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AX64 Time Machine 1.4.1.24


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AX64 Time Machine is a backup and recovery software that enables a ridiculously easy and fast way to restore your PC to an earlier point in time. Time Machine allows to quickly recover from: disk failures, system crashes, virus infections, unwanted program installations, etc. It securely backs up all your files, and provides efficient means to find and retrieve any file from earlier point in time. Best of all, you can backup to any type of storage, including internal, external, and networked drives. Backup is automated, so you’ll never forget to do it, and you can even use AX64 Time Machine to keep multiple save points so you can hop back and forth through time.

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Simplicity is the key ! Very fast ! A way to go !

It`s a great program !

Version 1.4.1.24 supports Windows XP, Vista, 7 & 8.1 (32 and 64 bit)

Here is the change log since version 1.2.1120:-

-Added local WinPE environment for restoring Reworked WinPE and made it compatible with Win 8.1

-Fixed BSOD - KERNEL_AUTO_BOOST_INVALID_LOCK_RELEASE in Windows 8.1

-Fixed "Hot Restore" to work for Windows 8.1

-Fixed incorrect file size when copying the file from Image Browser Fixed a bug resulting in Event viewer errors related to Search Service database corruption

-Fixed a bug leading to intermittent Backup Browser crash when it's launched manually Improved Hot restore reliability

-Fixed intermittent crash on Windows XP

This is an official release, which is now distributed on the site via the download button on the main page.

I want to reassure you guys that AX64 is being worked on diligently on and is our priority at the moment.

Thank you all for your continued patience and support.

Regards

Wajamus

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Dr. Eset - NSANE

Thanks for the update :win:

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Not compatible with Acronis 2010 in Win7x64 ??

If it is copatible sure gonna try this program, in any way not giving up good old Acronis 2010 , this fabulous program has saved me many times from failure and total destruction!!

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Not compatible with Acronis 2010 in Win7x64 ??

If it is copatible sure gonna try this program, in any way not giving up good old Acronis 2010 , this fabulous program has saved me many times from failure and total destruction!!

It has compatibility with Acronis. Go ahead, Pete12, mine is Win7 (x64) also and I use sometimes Acronis Plus Power Pack 2012 - v. 15.0.0.7133.- Boot CD.

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Hey jofre, according there site ,there "might be some compatibility problems with the older Acronis-versions, 2012 and above, no problems" if you know more then I do,let me know,please!

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Don`t know if this is correct but was taken from homepage ( www.ax64.com )

Compatibility :-

Compatibility with Windows System Restore
Compatibility with defragmentation
Compatibility with Rollback RX
Compatibility with ShadowDefender
Compatibility with StorageCraft ShadowProtect
Compatibility with Macrium Reflect
Compatibility with Image for Windows
Compatibility with Acronis True Image and Disk Director
Compatibility with Raxco PerfectDisk

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Compatibility :-

Compatibility with Windows System Restore

Compatibility with defragmentation

Compatibility with Rollback RX

Compatibility with ShadowDefender

Compatibility with StorageCraft ShadowProtect

Compatibility with Macrium Reflect

Compatibility with Image for Windows

Compatibility with Acronis True Image and Disk Director

Compatibility with Raxco PerfectDisk

The compatibility section with Rollback is dead, the links doesn't work anymore. Does anyone know if there's a problem if I install AX, make a backup of my partition 1in partition 2. Partition 1 is where the Windows is. And then uninstall it, and install Rollback. If Rollback somehow messup my PC, I can uninstall it, and reinstall AX to restore from the snapshot I made before the installation of Rollback. Is it fine to do it this way?

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The compatibility section with Rollback is dead, the links doesn't work anymore. Does anyone know if there's a problem if I install AX, make a backup of my partition 1in partition 2. Partition 1 is where the Windows is. And then uninstall it, and install Rollback. If Rollback somehow messup my PC, I can uninstall it, and reinstall AX to restore from the snapshot I made before the installation of Rollback. Is it fine to do it this way?

It is fine since you are using AX64TM just like any other imaging program to restore the image.

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Compatibility :-

Compatibility with Windows System Restore

Compatibility with defragmentation

Compatibility with Rollback RX

Compatibility with ShadowDefender

Compatibility with StorageCraft ShadowProtect

Compatibility with Macrium Reflect

Compatibility with Image for Windows

Compatibility with Acronis True Image and Disk Director

Compatibility with Raxco PerfectDisk

The compatibility section with Rollback is dead, the links doesn't work anymore. Does anyone know if there's a problem if I install AX, make a backup of my partition 1in partition 2. Partition 1 is where the Windows is. And then uninstall it, and install Rollback. If Rollback somehow messup my PC, I can uninstall it, and reinstall AX to restore from the snapshot I made before the installation of Rollback. Is it fine to do it this way?

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I was pleased with the update to AX64. It kept its simplicity intact.

I use AX64 manually. For me it functions like a super beefed up System Restore.

If I am about to do something that is risky or lol stupid...hehe or just installing some soft I am unfamiliar with then I fire up AX64 first and make a quick backup. This soft has saved me from myself more than once.

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