Acronis True Image 2016 is a good solution to backing up your Windows computer. True Image 2015 can backup your entire hard drive, individual partitions, and individual files or folders to a separate drive in or connected to your computer via USB or Firewire. In addition to backing up to your own hardware, True Image 2013 can also backup to Acronis’ own cloud-based storage service that comes with your purchase of the software (when you purchase the product you receive 250GB of online storage for free and can buy more if you need it).
True Image 2015 can also synchronize folders on your local disk, or folders on two or more computers, and create shared synchronizations so that multiple users can have updated copies of the same files. It can also clone partitions from one disk to another, build bootable rescue media, securely delete files and other data from your disks, create new partitions, and even add a driver to your computer so that older operating systems can access drives larger than 2TB.
Acronis really has gone all out with True Image 2016, the software has a ton of features and a lot of options, such as incremental backups, version history, and mobile file access, which is great for more intermediate to advanced users.