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I used to like Acronis True Image (ATI) several years ago. Their WD Harddrive version (based on v10 or v11) was FREE and functioned well. It's limitation was only FULL HHD Partition backup/recovery was provided. But it worked to revert back to a prior date of Full Partition Backup if a major PC failure arose, especially if you could not even get Windows running (utilizing bootable CD of ATI). BUT I purchased ATI 2015 in Nov 2014, even after reading online many problem existed. Overall, I am concerned that the ATI company has not provided a well tested product in version 2015. They have attempted to make GUI screens user friendly, but to me have caused confusion to the average "disk imaging" customer. The new GUI screen is fair at best (I am surprised by its crudeness). First of all locating existing image files (which helps user learning) is difficult and not intuitive. The graphic instructions are too large and simplified. Graphic symbols are too big, yet text guidance and explanation is sparse and weak. The overly simplified and terse text can lead users into making bad choices, or dead-end situations that again confuses user and cause unstoppable processes to proceed or lockup PC. In my opinion. ATI guidance and step-specific guidance has worsened in version 2015. Now even more users are having problems with incremental backup files (being defined as "corrupt" without repair or possible use); sometimes even file "validation" is not trusted. I do not know why ATI company has released new GUI version without extensive Beta testing by average users (which appears a major problem with ATI 2015). I had thought an improvement update to ATI 2015 would be forthcoming (as some of the paid reviewer articles had predicted), but so far have seen nothing. If I had not used ATI version 10 and 11 prior, I would only give 2 stars. Three stars is generous based on the overall disk imaging backup/recovery usefulness potential, which ATI 2015 has "set back" by years.
My husband is hard of hearing, and his hearing keeps getting worse, from years of riding motorcycles.He doesn’t think he has a problem, but everyone around him knows that he does. I purchased these for him, and we both were impressed. We don’t have to have the tv blaring and he asks me what someone on tv said every 10 minutes. These were easy to use. They came with an instruction manual batteries, traveling case, different size ear tips so he chose the size that was comfortable for him, and they were soft. He could adjust the volume easily. He said he would never wear these “out” but he did this past weekend when we went out with friends. They are hardly noticeable. We received these with a promotional discount to review, and we are very happy with this purchase.
I have used Street Atlas since before the Internet when it came on floppies. It has improved somewhat over the years but really took a hit when Google Maps came on the scene. It was (and still is) obvious that DeLorme is hurting and it shows with Street Atlas.