• Over 5,500,000
    users worldwide
  • Over 100,000
    prevented cyberattacks last year
  • Over 500,000,000
    clones and backups
Whether upgrading your hard drive, moving to a new computer, or creating a complete replica of a hard drive, most of us would rather do something other than make disk clones. Millions of our users can confirm that Acronis True Image is the easiest and most reliable disk cloning and migration software.
  • Easy-to-use disk cloning software
    Easy-to-use disk cloning software: Cloning your hard drive has never been easier. Our intuitive cloning software allows you to create a replica of your drive without stopping and rebooting. Acronis True Image supports HDD, SSD and NVMe drives on Windows and macOS.
  • Restore Windows to any hardware
    Restore Windows to any hardware: Acronis Universal Restore allows you to create a bootable system clone and recover to a new computer with a different processor, motherboard or drive than the original system.
  • All-in-one backup drive
    All-in-one backup drive: With the Acronis Survival Kit tool, you can easily create a bootable system image and recover it on a new computer with a different processor, motherboard or drive than the original system

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Formerly Acronis True Image

What our users say

  • Acronis True Image made cloning my old hard drive and moving to a new SSD a breeze. The cloning process was quick and simple, and I did not have to spend much time learning how to do it.

    John A.
    Verified user
  • I recently migrated my system to a new computer with Acronis True Image, and the process was seamless. Everything works perfectly, and their customer support was extremely helpful.

    Sarah M.
    Verified user
  • I always create a full replica of my system before installing new drivers or upgrading my applications, just in case I need to roll back. Acronis True Image has never failed me to get my system back in no time.

    George G.
    Verified user

Supported platforms

Microsoft Windows

  • Windows 11 (all editions)
  • Windows 10 (all editions)
  • Windows 8+ (all editions)
  • Windows 7 SP1 (all editions)
  • Windows Home Server 2011

    Windows file systems

    • NTFS
    • Ext2/Ext3/Ext4
    • ReiserFS(3)
    • Linux SWAP
    • HFS+/HFSX
    • FAT16/32/exFAT

      Apple macOS

      • macOS Sonoma 14
      • macOS Ventura 13
      • macOS Monterey 12
      • macOS Big Sur 11
      • macOS Catalina 10.15

        macOS file system

        • APFS
        • HFS+
        • Core Storage
        • FAT32
        • NTFS (including Boot Camp)

          Mobile operating systems

          • iOS 12.0 or later
          • Android 7.0 or later

            Mobile backup

            Keep your mobile contacts, calendars, photos and files safe. Our free Acronis Mobile app safeguards your device, as well as all of your family’s smartphones and tablets with Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly Acronis True Image).

            Looking for help?

            Frequently Asked Questions

            • What is cloning software and how does it work?

              Cloning software, like the Clone Disk utility in Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, copies the entire contents of one drive to another, resulting in an identical disk, with the operating system and installed programs copied. It is typically used for one-time operations when migrating to a larger hard drive or a new machine. On the other hand, the backup and recovery method offers greater flexibility.

            • What is the best disk cloning software capabilities?

              Acronis Cyber Protect Home Officer offers Active Cloning. You can clone an active Windows system directly to a new drive without stopping your system and restarting Windows. For more information see here: https://kb.acronis.com/content/61665

            • What is the difference between disk cloning and data migration?

              In Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office, cloning copies the entire contents of one drive to another, resulting in an identical disk, with the operating system and installed programs copied. Migration implies the possibility of converting the partition layout of the target disk while cloning.

            • Can I clone my operating system and install applications to a larger hard drive or solid-state drive (SSD)?

              Yes. To clone your drive, follow these procedures for Windows and for Mac. In any case, we strongly recommend to make a backup of your old hard disk before you clone it. It could be your data saver if something goes wrong with your original hard disk during cloning. For example, there were cases when users chose the wrong disk as the target and thus wiped their system disk. In addition, you can make more than one backup to create redundancy and increase security.

            • Can I migrate my system to a different hardware configuration using Acronis Cyber Protect Home Office (formerly True Image)?

              Yes, by using Acronis Universal Restore. It allows you to create a bootable system clone on different hardware. Use this utility when recovering your system disk to a computer with a dissimilar processor, different motherboard or a different mass storage device than in the system you originally backed up. This may be useful, for example, after replacing a failed motherboard or when deciding to migrate the system from one computer to another.
              Instructions on using Acronis Universal Restore with a cloned drive can be found here: https://kb.acronis.com/node/61665

            • Does Acronis cloning and migration software have size limits for the hard drives and systems to be cloned or migrated?

              It is not necessary that the destination disk is of the same size as the source one, it can be bigger or smaller, but its overall size must be larger than the used space of the source disk plus 10%. For example, you have a 1000 GB hard drive in your Mac, only 200 GB is used. If you want to clone it, the destination drive size must be 200+10%=220 GB, or larger. If your destination drive is too small, try deleting some unnecessary data from the source drive or moving the data to an external drive, USB flash drive. You can also move the data to cloud storage.

              Product help
              If you need product assistance, you can find helpful materials in the Knowledge Base. Or, post questions on our discussion boards.
              Technical support
              For subscription owners, there is free, 24-hour technical support. Refer to the Technical Support Site to find the appropriate support contact.

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