Yes, it will be fine for some people. Just answering the question of why people would use anything else.
It lets you choose your partitions from the GUI ? It doesn't do that for me. It forces you to image the system and boot partition - you can add others.
I don't want to do that. I want to back up , for example , only my G partition - an o/s partition that I am not currently booted into.
Later I may ONLY want to restore the G partition . In fact , I may want to restore it somewhere else entirely.
when you restore, you had better have them all checked, or it will destroy the partitions you don't have backed up.
Does it? It's a good job I haven't tried a restore with Win Sys Image.
That would be crazy. It would mean people will image the system and boot partitions ( because they are forced to ).
Then if they restore - their other (e.g. data) partitions would be deleted.
Are you sure it does that?