Rus Anca

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Active@ File Recovery 14 (Jan, 16, 2015) - released

Added Last Chance recovery method for detecting files by signatures; Added recovery of files from Linux BtrFS file system; Added recovery of 26 more pre-defined file signatures: eBooks, Adobe Flash, Real Audio, Archives; New Ultimate package now includes Linux-based bootable Active@ LiveCD, being able to boot all the latest x86 & x64 UEFI secure boot system


Download Active@ File Recovery 14 Demo:http://www.file-recovery.net/downloads/filerecovery-demo.exe

OS supported: Windows XP, Server 2003, Vista, Server 2008, Windows 7, Server 2012, Windows 8.
Features supported: NTFS, FAT/FAT32/exFAT, HFS+, UFS, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4fs; HDD, SSD, USB, IDE, SATA, SCSI hard drives; USB Flash, SD, MMC, CompactFlash, MemoryStick; RAID virtual reconstruction (RAID-0, RAID-1, RAID-5, Span); Deleted/damaged partitions recovery.

Changes in Active@ File Recovery 14 (January 16, 2015):
Added more pre-defined signatures and improved existing signatures performance
Added option to skip sectors while scanning in case if bad sectors detected
Greatly improved recovery of just deleted files, based on NTFS Log (Journal)
Minor improvements in user interface and in recovery algorithms
Included the latest Active@ Disk Editor 5, being able to browse disks and preview files



About:
"Efficient & easy to use recovery utility for deleted, damaged or lost files, even if your PC doesn't boot


Active@ File Recovery for Windows provides the ability to effectively detect and recover files and disks lost due to accidental deletion, disk formatting, virus and other reasons.

The Professional package also includes integrated Active@ Disk Editor (or Hex Viewer - a utility for low-level data inspection), Virtual RAID reconstructor, being able to recover damaged RAID disk arrays, and File Organizer needed to re-organize and rename files detected by their signatures.

The Ultimate edition extends the Professional package with Active@ Boot Disk Lite: an ISO image that you can use to create a bootable CD/DVD or USB with a lightweight version of Windows 7™(WinPE 3.1) or Linux (OpenSUSE 13) running in RAM. It is the only way to recover your data when your system is not bootable and you cannot attach the corrupted Hard Disk Drive to another machine. Supplied Linux LiveCD boots the latest UEFI secure boot systems & regular BIOS"


Source:http://www.file-recovery.net/
 
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Rus Anca

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Active@ File Recovery v.14.1.0 (24 Feb 2015)

Download Active@ File Recovery 14.1.0 Demo:http://www.file-recovery.net/downloads/filerecovery-demo.exe

Changes in Active@ File Recovery version 14.1.0:
More pre-defined file signatures recognition: AutoCAD Drawing Database .DWG, Maxon Cinema 4D .C4D
Improved SuperScan progress display on Vista and later Windows versions
Minor improvements in user interface and bug fixes
Ultimate version: the latest Active@ LiveCD utilities and PDF documentation

Homepage:http://www.file-recovery.net/