NTI Shadow 3 Review

June 7, 2008 | Mark Goldstein | PhotographyBLOG | 2 Comments | |

NTI Shadow 3Regularly backing up your data is important for everyone, but especially so for photographers. Losing either all your memories or your means of income is a frightening prospect, yet numerous studies have revealed that relatively few of us have a daily backup routine. Enter NTI Shadow 3, an award-winning and simple-to-use backup software application which is compatible with Windows and Mac platforms. NTI Shadow can continuously monitor and backup all changed files, or be scheduled for a certain time. The latest version includes backup to any optical media, including Blu-ray, useful now that the HD-DVD vs Blu-Ray debate has finally been resolved. Best of all, NTI Shadow 3 is available for just $29.99, so there really is no excuse to start backing up your photos right now. Jon Canfield guides you through the process in our NTI Shadow 3 review.

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#1 Donna77642

I have NTI Shadow 4. I did a 125GB backup before we ran from a hurricane, and, amazingly, it backed up EVERY file perfectly except about a dozen temporary files, which it shouldn't have backed up anyway). I was amazed when I compared the properties of my backup and my original files that it matched almost to the byte....now THAT's what I call dependablity. Shadow is the ONLY softwar I will trust with my precious files containing the WWII history of my dad, family photos to the late 1800's, and current irreplaceable photos. I highly recommend you check out Shadow 4. By the way, when I had Shadow 3, it also performed flawlessly as well so any problems may have been due to your pc or operating system, or conflicst with out of date other software. May all your backups be as dependable as mine!

9:36 pm - Sunday, March 29, 2009

#2 peter ingelse

i understand that nti 3 or 4 will work next to time machine in on my MacBook (10.6.1). Could anyone tell me what extra's you can do with either program so as to not do the back up just twice?


10:43 am - Sunday, November 15, 2009