Description: Losing important data or files is quite unfortunate situation but finding a suitable solution to retrieve deleted files or lost data is the only possible way to make things better again. Kernel for NTFS is such a solution that is especially made to make people feel better in such cumbersome situations; it enables the user to retrieve deleted files without facing any technical complexity. The software is suitable to retrieve deleted files that get deleted due to unexpected system shutdown, virus corruption, partition structure deletion or Windows registry corruption. With available scan modes, scanning the selected partition and retrieving data from it can be made fast and simple. However, to get the best results, the user must know the duration of corruption, deletion or formatting, so that the suitable scan mode can be selected. To retrieve deleted files, Kernel for NTFS supports NTFS and NTFS5 file systems; moreover, IDE, EIDE, SCSI, SATA, PAN, ZIP, and USB drives are also supported by the software for data recovery. To understand the process to retrieve deleted files, demo version can be downloaded before purchasing the software. However, to retrieve deleted files and to save them, full version of Kernel for NTFS is required.
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