Acronis True Image


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Name Acronis True Image
Size 46.50 MB
Created on 2015-07-27 23:11:10
Hash b4c6b5082d50e1fb779b4772afc78c912d3cd3ce
Files Acronis True Image – 1.0.6725/Acronis True Image – 1.0.6725 [SN].txt (0.07 kB)
Acronis True Image – 1.0.6725/Acronis True Image – (46.50 MB)


Mac Platform: Intel
Includes: Serial
OS version: OS X 10.8 or later
Processor type(s) & speed: 64-bit
RAM minimum: n/a
Video RAM: n/a
ATI 2015 Update 2 Release notes (Mac) build 6725
ATI 2015 Update 2 Release notes (Mac)
Release date: July 20, 2015
Languages: English, German, French, Russian, Japanese
Build number: 6725
This release includes bug fixes, increased stability and performance improvements.
List of fixed issues
Compatibility issues with OS X 10.11 Public Beta
Added Parallels Desktop for Mac 10.2 support
Added in-product notifications to share information about product updates, new features and product enhancements
List of known issues
Operation System on Boot Camp partition sometimes does not boot after recovery
Backup occasionally fails at startup on OS X 10.11 with FileVault 2
In Rescue Media, long backup name is shown truncated
Uninformative error message appears when trying to open incomplete backup
After clean installation, product offers user Acronis Cloud as backup destination
Acronis True Image continues backup to the cloud even after log out
When recovering a large file in Rescue Media, progress bar stops for a certain time period and then shows that backup is finished
System requirements and supported media
Supported Operating systems
OS X Mountain Lion 10.8
OS X Mavericks 10.9
OS X Yosemite 10.10
OS X El Capitan 10.11 Public Beta
Supported file systems
Mac OS Extended format (case-insensitive)
NTFS* (read-only)
*You cannot back up data to a disk with an NTFS file system. However, you can recover data from a backup located on this type of file system.
Requirements for Acronis bootable media
To create a bootable media, you can use any removable drive with 4 GB (or more) of free space. CD and DVD media are not supported.
Acronis True Image can help you protect your data by creating a full system image backup. Keep all your data safe even if your computer is lost, stolen or damaged. Backup locally or to the cloud, and access your files anytime, anywhere.
More ways to keep your Mac protected: Acronis True Image is a full system image backup solution that works with both local and cloud storage.
You choose where, when, and how to back up. Use external drives, cloud storage, Time Capsule, or any NAS device. Set your own backup schedule to save changes constantly as you work, create and play. Back up anything – even your virtual Windows machine when using Parallels.
In addition, Acronis True Image allows you to quickly recover your entire system or just the files you need anytime, anywhere. Moreover, you can backup your Parallels virtual Windows machine in it’s active state providing the latest snapshot of your data and image.
Acronis True Image enables you to manage your backups easily and efficiently with the simple and intuitive user interface.
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