Brand-new Acronis True Image 2015 for Mac is an advanced, easy-to-use backup and recovery solution that supports cloud storage and Parallels virtual machines. It protects your files, photos, media library, or your entire system, and keeps your data safe and accessible wherever you choose. Top-trusted product in PC protection is now available for Mac
What is new in this release:
- Backup exclusions.—It is now possible to reduce a backup size before you start your first backup. This can be done by excluding data that does not need to be backed up. You can exclude files, folders, and data protected with third-party applications.
- Handy backup protection setting.—An encryption key for a backup can be set on the main backup screen.
- Customer feedback feature.—A new simple feedback form is available directly from the application interface. Go to the Acronis True Image menu, click Send Feedback, and then let us know what you think about Acronis True Image.
List of fixed issues
- System becomes unbootable after incremental recovery, when FileVault 2 on OS X 10.10 is enabled.
- Acronis True Image 2015 crashes at every attempt to recover files from an AFP share.
- Parallels virtual disk is always backed up to Acronis Cloud as a new file.
- It is possible to select and start recovery of a backup created with Acronis True Image 2015 for PC.
- Backup exclusion size is not calculated in case of exclusion by mask.
What is new in version 1.0.6564:
- Backup to Acronis Cloud has a new option: the user can select the data center where the backup will be stored.
- Online backup removal was fixed. When a user deletes a backup from Acronis True Image, the backup is also deleted from Acronis Cloud.
List of fixed issues
- Acronis True Image hangs for 20 seconds when deleting a backup from Acronis Cloud.
- An uninformative error message appears when an Acronis Cloud subscription expires.
- Long file names are truncated in the File recovery dialog.
- Recovery HD partition is unbootable after recovery of a File Vault 2-protected system to an unallocated drive.
List of known issues
- In Rescue Media, long backup names are shown truncated.
- An uninformative error message appears when trying to open an incomplete backup.
- After a clean installation, the product offers Acronis Cloud as a backup destination.
- Acronis True Image continues to back up to the cloud, even after a user logs out.
- When recovering a large file in Rescue Media, the progress bar stops for a certain time period, and then shows that the recovery is complete.
What is new in version 1.0.6030:
- Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite support--Acronis True Image 2015 for Mac runs with the latest version of Mac OS X. Support for hard drives with Boot Camp installed--If you have Boot Camp installed on your hard drive to use Windows in addition to Mac OS X, you can back up and recover your disk without limitations. Bootability of both operating systems will be kept. If you use third-party drivers to write to the NTFS file system, stable operation of such drivers is not guaranteed when a backup is in progress.
- Improved performance of Parallels Desktop (PD) virtual machine backup--When you back up a disk with a PD virtual machine installed, the backup process is more complex, when compared to backup of a hard disk without PD. The rate of this backup process is higher, and the resulting backup file is much smaller. Parallels Desktop 9 and Parallels Desktop 10 are supported.
- Automatic backup destination selection--If an external hard drive is plugged in to your Mac or if you have enough free space on Acronis Cloud, True Image will suggest that you back up to one of these destinations.
- Fusion Drives support--Acronis True Image 2015 for Mac supports computers with Fusion Drives, both for backup and recovery.
- FileVault 2 support--Drives encrypted by FileVault2 are available for backup and recovery.
- Improvements in File Recovery wizard--The recovery wizard is more user-friendly, it which now remembers its last state, and it has fewer buttons.