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Thursday, November 16, 2006

Recover Deleted Files with Ultimate Data Recovery

I was going to start off with: Ever accidentally delete something from your hard drive?, but then I realized what a rhetorical question it was. Onward...If you need to recover deleted or corrupted files, Ultimate Data Recovery is a small freeware program that
works by analyzing your disk on a bit-by-bit level. This means it sees things that regular Windows programs can't. It then uses it's built-in intelligence to spot deleted files... and then attempts to recover them, so you can work with them as normal.

Ultimate Data Recovery works with practically all disks currently in use. As a general guide, if you can see it in Windows Explorer, you can use it with Ultimate Data Recovery - including FAT 12/16/32 and NTFS (including compressed and encrypted) partitions.
The UI is very simple. Choose a drive, and it'll automatically scan it for deleted files. Click on a file you want to retrieve and hit Recover. Voila!

Ultimate Data Recovery


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