Personally I use AOMEI Backupper. I had Macrium Reflect but I found AOMEI to be much faster than Macrium.
I havent' been using verification, but I have been meaning to go back to verifying. Been lucky for the last year while I haven't been doing this. Thx for the reminder @Quassar...Btw you do backup but you verify it time to time ?
Yes about 1 on 100 poples in buisness verify backup its so scarry....Paragon Backup and Recovery. System recovery can be started from within Windows. That helps. Paragon will auto-boot into a PE environment for the restore. Also works with the CD.
One other thing. Scheduled backups each have their own settings scripts. It's possible to edit the script so that it could run and repeat say once a week and then save the most recent 5, etc. I used this for about six months, and it was a great system. Basically, I always had the last 7 days and then the most recent monthly image from a separate backup routine.
I havent' been using verification, but I have been meaning to go back to verifying. Been lucky for the last year while I haven't been doing this. Thx for the reminder @Quassar...
yes sure...if you use a untouched barebone OS with nothing on it...and time to waste ( to clean install/reset OS > update OS > personalize/tweak it > install softs )...Now I do not back anything up except what people throw into Sync.com folders on computers, and photos from Android Phones, that's automated and Sync.com is very secure. Backing up more than this is a waste of time and resources since I can refresh/reset a Windows 10 machine in under 30 minutes.
I use Rollback RX too, i dont consider it as a backup software, it is a snapshot software. and an unstable one for those not accustomed to it.I use Rollback RX Pro and Aomei Backupper free.