Symantec launches Norton Ghost 10

By Derek Sooman on September 13, 2005, 6:21 PM
Symantec has released Norton Ghost 10.0. A backup and recovery tool, Ghost captures the contents of the entire drive, including all files, folders, system settings - everything. New features have been added to this release, including a system that automatically detects when new storage devices are added to the computer and determines which drives should be backed up. The software will be available late September.




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rgooding77 said:
Hi am i the only one whose worried that now that Symantec owns the remains of Powerquest (Partition magic, drive image) which was the only real competition to Ghost, that this is a bad thing? where's the competition (keeping the prices down and innovation up?) to keep us happy?
emptyreality said:
[b]Originally posted by rgooding77:[/b][quote]Hi am i the only one whose worried that now that Symantec owns the remains of Powerquest (Partition magic, drive image) which was the only real competition to Ghost, that this is a bad thing? where's the competition (keeping the prices down and innovation up?) to keep us happy?[/quote]The competition is called Acronis.
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