Does TrueImage Reduce SSD Boot Drive Life
Boot my PC to its M.2 PCIe motherboard mounted SSD drive. Kick off an TrueImage 2019 backup that is backing up an internal conventional hard disk drive to an exernal hard disk drive over USB 3.0.. I notice that TrueImage creates a 0 Byte tib file and wonder where that file is being cached? The destination disk (makes sense), the origination disk (what if it is near full), or the boot drive (totally stupid place because it could be near full AND it could be an SSD drive whose very expensive life is being DESTROYED for no good reason).
When I get back after being gone for the day the Intel SSD toolbox shows 479.6 GB written to my SSD boot drive. About the same as the backup. Wondering if Acronis software programmers created a product that is NOT SSD boot drive compatible!!! (As a work-around, should we have only one Full backup and ALL future backups be Incremental?