Restore accidentally deleted FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and NTFS files
Last updated on 04/30/07
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Data Recovery is a reliable and practical single-function application for recovering deleted files on your system.
Data Recovery requires no installation and runs in a neatly designed, straightforward interface. The program scans a user-selected drive and displays removed files in a sortable list. For a quick search, specify part of the file name. The list contains file details such as folder, file type, size, and attributes. You can then choose which files you want to recover and specify the destination of the recovered files. Data Recovery also has a wipe feature for completely removing the located files.
There aren’t any bells and whistles, but users looking for an efficient and reliable file recovery tool will find this freeware handy and useful.
WHAT’S NEW IN VERSION 2.3.1
FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS undeletion. Undelete NTFS compressed files. Undelete EFS encrypted files. Wipe out deleted files never to be recovered again. Runnable from floppy disk. Search by partial string in the file name. Undelete whole files in a directory. Neither installation nor DLLs is needed. Windows Vista supported.
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