Overview of the benefits of Ontrack EasyRecovery Professional 188.8.131.52
Professional grade recovery for lost and deleted files, folders, document photos and more. Ontrack EasyRecovery can recover from multiple data loss events, such as accidental deletion and formatting, including data loss after severe hard drive corruption. Suitable for small and medium businesses.
With comprehensive software tools, Ontrack EasyRecovery Toolkit provides users with the tools necessary to successfully recover on Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems and storage devices with logical or corrupt failures, as well as more powerful recoveries of RAID logical partitions and data from formatted hard drives and systems that do not start properly.
Supports 300 or more file types
Data recovery from accidentally deleted volumes
Data recovery from formatted volumes
Recovery of deleted files and folders
Recover Lost Partition
Email File Recovery
Multimedia File Recovery
Preview of recoverable files before saving
Optical media recovery (CD, DVD, Blu Ray Disc, HFS, HFS +, HFSX, Rock Ridge, ISO 9660, Joliet and UDF)
Recovers data written to disks using package writing software (InCD, Drag To Disk, Direct CD, DLA)
Recover files from RAID 0, 5 and 6 storage
Supports the creation of virtual RAID
Support software RAID recovery
Unformatted RAID hard drive recovery
Ontrack EasyRecovery offers for your Windows system :
Save the scans and resume recovery later
Search for a specific type of files in a specific logical drive / folder
Search in a specific folder for lost and deleted data
Simultaneously scan multiple file systems (NTFS, FAT, FAT16, FAT32 and ExFat) on a logical drive
It recovers from the hard drive, removable media, such as USB drives, memory cards and more.
Technical details and system requirements :
Supported operating system: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: Pentium IV or higher
RAM: 1 GB of RAM (2 GB recommended)
Free hard disk space: 200 MB or more
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