I use AOMEI to back up my computers. I normally do an incremental backup, which is usually very quick, but I also tick the box to verify the data afterwards because I would rather be safe than sorry, and that verification takes ages. It takes so long that it is a disincentive to doing regular backups. Do you think I am being wise to do the verification after every incremental backup, even though it takes a long time, or am I being over-cautious?
I didn't realise until today, when the verification stalled after my backup due to a USB hiccup and I ended up rummaging through AOMEI Backupper's menus looking for a solution, that I can verify the image whenever I like—not just after running a backup—and that it's also possible to verify just the incremental image rather than the whole backed up image, which makes things a bit quicker. Am I safe to assume that if each incremental image passes verification individually, that the whole backup should be good?