Re: Norton Ghost 9.0
Date: Thu, 19 May 2005 06:53:18 -0500
> I've received an email from Symantec advertising 'Norton Ghost 9.0'.
> Symantec states that it is an advanced program which offers a backup
> to the computer and gives protection. It sounds interesting but costs
> £29 and I wonder if it is worth using Norton Ghost.
> Does anyone have any experience of this program? I would value any
> Many thanks.
Ghost, like other disk imaging programs, is indispensable, if you want
to make sure you have a reliable disaster recovery option. I personally
use Acronis True Image. Regardless of which product you choose, a disk
imaging program is worth every pence you pay for it. Open your check
book and buy it.
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