Macrium Reflect Technician’s USB (WinPE 10.0 x64)

Macrium Reflect USB

Macrium Reflect Technician’s USB – Our image based backup and disaster recovery solutions have taken another big step forward in speed, simplicity and power. Our entire focus is helping organisations protect business critical data and systems, without fuss and budget breaking costs.

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Features of Macrium Reflect Technician’s USB

Rapid Delta Restore (RDR)
• Using advanced delta detection technology RDR can rapidly recover data from single, or multiple full backups. Cuts restore times by 90% or more.

Pre-defined backup plan templates
• The Macrium Reflect scheduling engine is pre-loaded with templates for traditional, Incremental forever, or you can create your own custom plan.

Incrementals forever
• An efficient method to continuously maintain a defined number of the most recent incremental backups. The oldest incremental files are consolidated into a single synthetic delta.

SSD Trim support
• This features provides automated SSD optimization providing enhanced SSD performance and longevity.

Rapid Delta Clone (RDC)
• Improving further on the cloning capabilities using technology based on RDR to speed up disk cloning activities by 90% or more.

GFS with backup chain protection
• The traditional GFS backup template has been pre-configured with monthly, weekly, daily activities, and retention rules. Simplifies management of backup chains.

Custom backup plan support
• Allows administrators the flexibility of creating custom backup plans that provide the level of protection they require.

Title: Macrium Reflect Technician’s USB v6.3.1852 (WinPE 10.0 x64)
Developer: Home Page
License: ShareWare
Language: English
OS: Windows
– EXT 4 File System image size
– Linux EXT 4 file system images could be unnecessarily large. This has been resolved.

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Macrium Reflect Technician’s USB 6.3.1852 (WinPE 10.0 x64) | File Size: 278 MB
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This post was recently updated on February 5, 2018