|View Poll Results: Which do you use?|
|Both System Restore Points AND 3rd party imagaing software||16||50.00%|
|Only System Restore Points||2||6.25%|
|Only 3rd party imaging software||5||15.63%|
|System Restore Points AND Windows Native Imaging||9||28.13%|
|Voters: 32. You may not vote on this poll|
|21 Jan 2011||#2|
Well I can't really join the poll as I use Restore Points and Windows System Image backup as in Brinks tutorial. Both work well for me so I don't the feel the need for any 3rd party software. Needs another choice in the poll as I'm sure many people use the same system as me!
|My System Specs|
|21 Jan 2011||#3|
The poll does not have my method. I'm using both restore points and Windows 7 native imaging. I'll create a restore point before installing something new, to be able to quickly restore to the point before installation if needed; I'll create an image of my system in about once a week.
Using Windows 7 native Backup & Restore for imaging / restoring an image has not failed me yet.
|My System Specs|
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