There is a huge difference between software with minor glitches and one they destroyes computers. Especially when the software is designed to save data.
No one can read these forums and say that the amount of crashed computers that this software caused is acceptable.
All I ask is for Comodo to tell me how to get this cancer off my second laptop without destroying it. If they will do that, I will go away.
Creating a backup is no good as it will contain CTM.
I think only a small amount compared to all who use CTM have problems.
Yes, because of how it has to work, if there are problems it is quite possible that they will be very bad. It is reasonable to be surprised and upset and angry if a simple calculator program made your computer unbootable, but with such a "low-level" backup program like CTM, I would be upset, but not too
surprised and mad.
I totally agree with wanting Comodo to fix bugs. Also, it is fine to warn users that this program can cause serious problems. But
, IMHO, it is not acceptable to go around shouting, "TAKE THIS DANGERIOUS SOFTWARE OFFLINE IMMEDIATLY!!!!" and similar.If all software was to be removed because of bugs, then we wouldn't have any.
And as for your comparisons to other "time machines," I think it is a bit unfair: First, if they were used on the same system/OS installation, they could have caused the trouble with CTM. Second, other installed programs, and files, are big "bug-makers." Something may have not been around with the other backup programs, but was with CTM.
If used, a computer's drive changes all the time.