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December 3, 2009

NTFS-Recovery.com releases disk recovery software

Features combination of user interface with data recovery algorithms

By CBR Staff Writer

NTFS-Recovery.com has released Drive Recovery, a software product to help computer users recover lost or deleted data at home or in the office.

NTFS-Recovery.com said that Drive Recovery makes disk and data recovery possible without prior knowledge in data recovery. It features a combination of user interface with data recovery algorithms, making it possible to fix disk corruption, undelete files and recover data at home.

According to the company, Drive Recovery offers home and office users a way to recover deleted files and data lost after a system failure or virus attacks. It operates by asking users series of simple questions and repairs corrupted partition tables, file systems and MBR records.

Drive Recovery includes LivePreview and PowerSearch features. While LivePreview makes it possible to preview recoverable documents before the recovery, PowerSearch, a data recovery algorithm, scans the hard drive in order to locate and recover each recoverable file even if there is no file system left on the disk, the company said.

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The company said that PowerSearch operates by matching information it reads from the hard disk against a database of file headers, allowing to detect the beginning and end of files in many formats. LivePreview and PowerSearch support more than 190 types of files.

Drive Recovery supports all versions of Windows from Windows 95 to the new Windows 7/Vista and 2003 Server and supports all versions and revisions of FAT and NTFS.

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