Recover deleted files, and undelete files from hard drives, floppy disks, digital cameras, USB drives, Zip disks, CompactFlash cards, SmartMedia, Sony Memory sticks, and more. Recover files from Word, Excel, PowerPoint, digital cameras, Outlook, Outlook Express, Hotmail, Yahoo, Netscape, IncrediMail, videos (in formats such as MPEG and AVI), databases, AutoCAD, Microsoft Money, QuickBooks, Microsoft SQL, and MYOB, and from formats including generic text and MP3.
With Partition Manager you can reclaim wasted disk space, organize your data, add new operating systems, speed up file system performance. You can even install and manage several operating systems on your computer, no matter which they are. Overcoming barriers between different families of operating systems to get full access to Linux partitions (Ext2/3FS) from Windows operating system. With Partition Manager you just select what partition modification should be done. All will be done automatically without data loss.
Recover My Files will bring back files emptied from the Recycle Bin or from a formatted hard drive, or lost to a system crash or virus infection, and will even recover temporary files for documents never even saved. Recovery is simple; no technical skill is required. The program will recover files that standard undeletion programs cannot find. It searches every sector of your hard drive, recovering deleted files by examining the content. Preview your deleted files before you decide to purchase!
This clear-cut utility lets you restore lost files without bothering you with disk system details. With its convenient interface, you have no difficulty sorting files and choosing multiple items to recover. What's more, the program displays text, images, and MS Office files, as well as contents of archives in the Preview window. The utility searches for just-deleted files or files stripped of their Windows file reference information. The program supports most common graphic, document, archive, e-mail, database, and financial file types. To focus your search, you can choose to seek only some file types. Search time can also be cut with special options, such as starting with a specific sector, skipping to the end of found files, or searching disk sectors instead of clusters. Unfortunately, the program doesn't estimate time left. If you need to, you may execute the program from a floppy disk or CD without touching the hard drive. Though it is difficult to fully estimate the capacity of the tool, as saving is disabled, the program could be a solid choice for non-professionals.