Data loss is one of the most common computer-related problems of all, both for home and business users. As such, it’s essential to have something to fall back on when things go wrong. While everyone should understand the importance of regularly backing up their files, preferably both online and locally, it’s never a bad thing to have an additional solution to fall back on. After all, the human element is often the weakest link when it comes to data-related disasters. Fortunately, there’s usually still a way to get back data that has been ‘permanently’ deleted. What many people don’t realize is that files emptied from the Recycle Bin or those residing on formatted storage devices can usually be recovered. That’s where [email protected] UNERASER comes in.
How [email protected] UNERASER Works
When you empty the Recycle Bin in Windows or perform a similar action in any other operating system, you’ll usually receive a warning that all data within will be permanently deleted. The same happens when you format a disk. However, this isn’t really the case. What actually happens is that the disk space previously taken up by the file is marked as available, adding to the free space on the drive. When formatting a drive, all that’s really deleted is the master file table, which is a database of all the file locations on the disk. Until something overwrites the data physically located on the drive, it will remain there intact. [email protected] UNERASER exploits this opportunity by searching for deleted files and letting you recover them quickly and easily.
Data recovery will only work if the original data hasn’t been overwritten by another file copy or creation operation. Because of this, you should attempt recovery as soon as you realise the files are missing. Nonetheless, some people have reported successful recovery months or even years after the data was lost – success largely depends on how much the contents of the drive has been modified since the data was deleted. [email protected] UNERASER increases your chances of successful recovery by running in its own self-contained operating environment instead of requiring you to boot up into Windows. As such, there will be no further modifications made to the hard drive, thus increasing your chances of successful recovery. The program also works with any other kind of storage media.
New Edition Sports Many Improvements
Further improving your chances of successful data recovery, the latest edition of [email protected] UNERASER sports many changes and improvements. Version 11 helps simplify the search process with its significantly improved scan speed and reduced memory consumption. It also supports more pre-defined file signatures to provide native support for SVG, DB3 and OST files among numerous others. The latest edition provides improved support for fragmented video recovery in MOV and MP4 formats. Support for Microsoft’s latest ReFS file system has also been added. Among other improvements are extended support for Linux/Unix XFS and Ext4 file systems and drives used by Windows Storage Spaces.