Welcome to Eleven ForumIs there anywhere that will show the date Windows 10 was upgraded to 11?
Do you have Windows Pro with Hyper-V? if so then you can boot a Macrium image as a virtual machine using viBoot. If you have Home and Reflect v8, then you can also use viBoot with VirtualBox.I have Macrium Reflect disk images going back quite a long way. If I browse them how can I tell which are Win 11 and which are Win 10 images?
No. The original .mrimg file will never be changed. You can of course make a Reflect image of the VM before you delete it if you want to keep any changes you've made. You can make a Full image or a Differential to add to the original image. Either would do, but the Differential will be smaller. You can then restore these images to any machine.if I make changes to a Reflect image file whilst in viBoot and save them, will those changes appear in a restore performed from that image?