After reading Mouser's comments on Image for Windows
in the backup guide
, I wanted to give some quick comments on it. I've been using Image for Windows for a long time now (along with all the other TeraByte Unlimited software), and it is the most-solid utility I've ever used.
TeraByte Unlimited was the first to include full byte-for-byte
image validation to their products... I'm not sure if the others have added that feature yet, but I personally consider it absolutely essential. (I was burned long ago while using another product that didn't have it.)
I don't understand what is confusing about using Image for Windows. To me, it's extremely straightforward. The interface is absolutely no-nonsense. I can see how a couple of the options need explanation, but the PDF manual is quite good, and TeraByte Unlimited support (not to mention other users) is always quick to offer advice.
I'm not here to slam other products, nor to say that Image for Windows is perfect (no software is). But I've seen TeraByte Unlimited respond to user issues and suggestions, and it won me over. Any and all substantiated problem reports are met with a positive response and solution, whether it's simply advice on product usage, or an actual update to the software. Anyone who tests the software, and sends an email to support, will see what I mean. I think that counts for a lot.