Macrium Reflect 7.3 B5672 freeware
... handy tool designed to create backups of your disk partitions in order to protect yourself from data loss. You can use it to restore your disks to a previous state in case of a hardware failure. ...
|Author||Paramount Software UK Ltd|
|OS||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64, Windows 7, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 8 x64, Windows 10, Windows 10 x64|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||Disk backup, Backup HDD, Restore partition, Backup, Restore, HDD, Partition|
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|7.3 B5672||Mar 1, 2021||New Release||Macrium Task Scheduler:
A scheduled backup that sleeps or hibernates the PC after completion could wake the PC a short time after completion. This has been resolved.
Missed scheduled backups for the same backup definition may not honor the Full/Diff/Inc order of precedence when starting causing an Incorrect number of backups to run. This has been resolved.
Differential retention could report an incorrect number of Differentials found in the backup log. This has been resolved.
|7.2.4433||Aug 20, 2019||New Release||Microsoft Exchange 2019:
Support has been added for Microsoft Exchange 2019 for backup, restore and granular restore.
Update to TLS 1.2:
The email option in Macrium Reflect has been updated to include TLS 1.2 support.
|7.2.4228||Apr 21, 2019||New Release||Image file loading speed improvement
Reduced the time taken for Reflect to read the indexes back from the previous files in the backup set. This is most noticeable when reading a large number of remote files.
Change Block Tracker
Fixed an issue where a TRIM operation on a Registry hive would cause a dead-lock if some third-party software was holding a lock on the Registry.
Fixed an issue where CBT could not be enabled on some volumes if the list of file extents for the NTFS $LogFile spanned a 512 byte boundary.
Fixed an issue on some Windows 7 systems, where MIG was prevented from using the Microsoft cryptographic functions.
Creating an Incremental image of an encrypted/password protected image would fail with invalid password. This has been resolved.