My software/ hardware environment:
Window 7 SP1, 64 Bit
True Image 2012 build 6154
Notebook with Core Duo 2.8 GHz, 4 GB RAM
Opening a tib archive in the Windows Explorer is incredible slow on my machine. I used True Image 2010 before and there things worked OK.
More detailed description:
I have a full backup (~45GB) with 20 incremental backups (each ~400MB) stored on my local harddisk. When double-click in the Windows Explorer on the tib file of the last incremental backup, it takes ~5 minutes until the Explorer steps into the archive (while I have to wait, the green progress bar is displayed in the upper part of the Explorer window).
After these ~5 minutes the Explorer presents a list with 21 backups. There I have to double-click again on the latest backup - and again everything is very slow: After 30 minutes I closed the Explorer window - the content of my last incremental backup wasn't displayed so far...
Of course this behaviour is not acceptable. Is this a known performance problem of True Image 2012? Does anybody know what I can do against it?