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Default Rapid Delta Restore
Rapid Delta Restore will only restore the changed data blocks and not the whole backup file.
Enabling Rapid Delta Restore decreases the time it will take to restore a backup. Only NTFS file systems that are not shrunk can be restored this way.
Default SSD Trim
SSD Trim option enables SSD TRIM on restore.
When a partition is restored, Reflect can flag all unused blocks using the TRIM operation.
Writing to an unused block is much quicker than an in-use block as it avoids both the slow erase operation and the read-modify-write cycle. This results an increase of both the lifetime and the performance of the device.
It is effective for all Windows operating systems, even those that support SSD trim as the file system driver can only TRIM blocks on de-allocation; it cannot TRIM blocks written by another process. It is also effective for USB attached SSDs.
Default Verify Before Restoring
Verify Image option verifies images before restoring.
Enabling verification will increase the restore time significantly.
Default Master Boot Record Restore
Master Boot Record options select whether to recover and replace the Master boot record (sector 0) and the remainder of Track 0 from the backup.
Track 0 is sector 0 through to 63, and is usually unused from sector 1 for an MBR disk
For MBR disks, the partition table in the first sector is always recalculated to align with the restored partition(s)
For GPT disks, this option has no effect.
Determines if the PC should Shutdown, Hibernate, Suspend or Reboot after the restore has completed.
Select 'Enable' to default the selected option.