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Active UNDELETE Freeware
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Description:
Data recovery software makes it possible for you to get back deleted data, whether you have accidentally emptied the Recycle Bin or deleted a partition. Even if you have lost your data due to factors which are completely beyond your control, you should still be able to get it back intact in most cases using software like Active@ UNDELETE Freeware. The latest version of this popular free data recovery software sports a number of improvements and additions, including an overhauled user interface and an improved disk scan and data recovery algorithms. The wizard-driven components of the interface have also been completely remastered. Active@ UNDELETE Freeware supports all file systems natively used by Windows, Linux or Macintosh. Find out more at http://active-undelete.com/data-recovery.htm. The Professional edition (Active@ UNDELETE) includes advanced features, such as recovery data from RAID's and low level disk editing. It can scan for and recover data stored on external drives, including flash memory cards and USB pen drives. More advanced users can even create scripts using the powerful built-in scripting engine to search for custom file signatures.
Publisher: LSoft Technologies Inc. See screenshot
Requirements: This freeware version can undelete or recover deleted files (one per session)
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