Sometimes, valuable files are deleted from the hard drive inadvertently because you think they are no longer necessary or wiped out along with many other files in an old folder. Fortunately, modern file systems never delete files on a physical level at the exact moment of removal — they simply mark them as non-existent and let other applications write to this area if and when necessary. If it hasn’t been long since the removal of the necessary file, you have a good chance to restore it using a special tool like Starus File Recovery!
Starus File Recovery is an advanced file recovery solution combining a highly intuitive wizard-based interface, two recovery modes and a few professional features unavailable in its nearest competitors. The product can scan drives in two modes: a regular mode that requires a few seconds to analyze the entire HDD and a slow low-level mode that scans the drive on the physical level and detects files deleted long ago. The product successfully restores data from corrupted, deleted and formatted partitions and enables users to preview recoverable files in hundreds of different file formats. Starus File Recovery is also capable of creating complete disk snapshots and committing changes to them, as well as recovering data to optical media and remote servers via FTP.
Starus File Recovery is a feature-packed solution for fast and hassle-free file recovery that combines outstanding ease of use with impressive functionality and an attractive price tag, so if you’ve been seeking a recovery tool, don’t waste time and check out the trial version of this great program!
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