Analyse drives for lost data and restore deleted files. Erase individual files to US Gov standards. Wipes hard drive free space while the unique 'Deep Clean' defragments files. Includes an enhanced recycle bin manager. Fully enabled 30 day trial.
Discovery Recovery 2.2 Discovery Recovery is latest generation file recovery software and will easily recover lost and accidentally deleted files from any disk drive or media, even if corrupted or reformatted. DR can be copied and run from anywhere, including USB devices.
Description: This powerful drive analysis software will list all historically deleted but potentially recoverable files and data. Users have the discretion to selectively erase otherwise recoverable files to US government standards, as well as the ability to recover files that have been lost or deleted. In addition, Drive Discovery radically extends recycle-bin functionality with its flexible integrated manager. Users can opt to wipe all files automatically when theyâ€™re sent for deletion, or alternatively choose to selectively eradicate (or recover) specified files. And for those who prefer their drives regularly cleaned of all residual data traces, there is a fast and powerful hard disk clean-up utility which will erase all previously deleted (but otherwise recoverable) data. Drive Discovery defeats common NTFS caching issues, and can even clean underneath existing files, leaving them safe, intact and defragmented! Drive Discovery recognises and responds to everyoneâ€™s need to control whatâ€™s on their computers. This easy-to-use product offers a level of secure control over drive contents not previously available. The 30 day trial version is fully enabled and even after expiry, the recycle-bin manager will remain completely functional as a â€˜thank-youâ€™ for taking the time to download the software.
Recycle Bin Wiper 4.32 A program for wiping deleted files in the Windows Recycle Bin by overwriting them repeatedly so that the data cannot be recovered. The program is simple to use, and works with all
Survey: Marketers Want Cleaner Customer Data It is a common problem in the enterprise software world: Functional departments want more control of their systems, and I.T. groups retain ultimate responsibility for running them.