System Reflection is a new, innovative backup and recovery software that is designed to allow instant recovery from hard drive crashes, virus attacks, and other corruptions that keep your PC from running properly. No other backup solution allows you to restart, and run your PC directly from your backup drive!
Software from System Reflection is bundled with all Angelbird products. All products come with the base version of the software, which allows you to make a full backup of your operating system drive, and even boot from it via eSATA. The professional version ups the ante by offering the ability to use incremental backups, and boot via USB 3.0
After starting up the software, we chose to do a full system backup of our drive.
Here, we select the target drive as the SSD2go, copying from the SanDisk Extreme II.
As you can see above, we are working with the professional version. This allows incremental backups of our system to the Angelbird.
We also have the option of creating a backup schedule.
After selecting the options we want, we then confirm via the box, and click next.
Our backup took twelve minutes via USB 3.0, giving us a fully bootable clone of our operating system.
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