Accidentally deleted an important document?! Don't tear
your hair out yet, try our easy-to-use data recovery utilities specially designed
for finding and recovering lost document files, including Microsoft® Word®,
Microsoft® Excel®, Microsoft® PowerPoint®, Adobe® Portable
Document Format (PDF), as well as many others.
The programs support any storage media (except CD/DVD disks) that the operating
system will recognize as a drive, with a drive letter duly assigned. This
means you can also restore a document deleted from the flash memory of your
PDA. The programs support external drives, including flash memory and USB
disks, as well as floppies.
Our software will retrieve documents lost by accidental or intentional deletion
or because of mishaps like a virus/worm infection, an unexpected system shutdown/crash,
a power failure and application or system errors, to name but a few.
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Using the software requires no special technical skills. The programs are
very easy to handle, even for a novice computer user. The wizard-driven interface
will make it easy for you to recover your files with just a few mouse clicks,
and the results will be on a par with expensive in-lab software used by professionals
– which is why the word Professional features so prominently in the
Besides finding deleted files that are still referenced by the file system,
these utilities are capable of deep-scanning a drive’s physical sectors
to identify and recover lost documents of practically all popular formats,
with the list of supported formats constantly expanding.
A sample of the file formats that can be recovered:
| PGP Virtual Disk File|| Web Archive Single File MIME HTML (MHT)|
| MS Calendar (CAL)|| JAR (JAR)|
| RAR (RAR)|| PkZip, WinZip (ZIP)|
| XML files (XML)|| MS Outlook (PST)|
| MS Office Storage File|| MS Excel (XLS)|
| Notepad ASCII Text Document (TXT)|| Adobe PDF (PDF)|
See the full list of recoverable file types
* The programs are also capable of finding and recovering files of any
type by fast analysis of the file system structure.