Recovers files instantly from hard drives, floppy drives and other types of fixed media.
Designed for Windows® 2000, XP Pro, XP Home, Vista Basic and Vista Ultimate File Recover's rapid scan engine can detect recoverable files within minutes.
File Recover allows you to recover critically important documents, or other files, which have been lost by accidental deletion. These files may be lost by emptying the Recycle Bin, or using other deletion actions that bypass the Recycle Bin altogether. Such actions include Windows® Shift-Delete, command line deletion, deleting excessively large files or using applications that delete files without the Recycle Bin.
File Recover identifies the contents of such lost files on the hard drive and allows you to recover them. If a file has been partially overwritten, File Recover attempts to reconstruct as much of the file as possible with the remaining contents. This allows you to salvage at least part, if not all, of that recovered file to continue using it as required.
File Recover feature highlights
* Recovers files instantly from hard drives, floppy drives and other types of fixed media. If you are a home user or a network administrator, File Recover fills a critical gap in your data protection strategy.
* Rapid scan engine - a typical hard drive can be scanned for recoverable files within minutes.
* Scan all files and directories on selected hard drives.
* Search for a recoverable file using part or all of its file name.
* Utilizing a non-destructive, read-only file recovery approach. File Recover will not write or make changes to the section of the drive from which it is recovering data.
* Batch file recovery (recovers multiple files in one action).
* Works around bad-sector disk areas. Recovers data where other programs fail.
* Supports standard IDE/ATA/SCSI hard drives, including drives larger than 8 GB.
* Supports hard drives formatted with Windows® FAT16, FAT32 and NTFS file systems.
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Tuesday, October 9, 2007
Posted by Mohd Imran at 10:30 PM