7-Data Recovery Suite 2.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 20 de junio de 2013
software de recuperación todo-en-uno de datos para recuperar las fotos perdidas / eliminadas, archivos, particiones, y más de los discos duros, tarjetas de memoria, unidades flash para Windows, e incluso el teléfono móvil.
Cuatro módulos de recuperación de datos diferentes que se integran para rescatar archivos bajo casi cualquier condición, incluyendo: archivos borrados accidentalmente, dañados o con formato de disco duro, particiones perdidas / borrado, foto / video perdidos de disco / tarjeta de memoria / cámara local; archivos perdidos desde el teléfono móvil.
Tenga en cuenta que la versión GOTD incluye suscripción por 1 año. Las actualizaciones están disponibles.
Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2008, Server 2003
NTFS to FAT32 Wizard is file system converter software designed for converting NTFS to FAT32 or FAT32 to NTFS safely and easily without losing data. Super fast conversion, it takes less than 10 seconds to convert a partition with 40GB data; It works with all storage devices including HDD (Dard Disk Drive), external HDD, USB Flash Drive, and SSD (Solid-state Drive); Data safety guaranteed; No need to partition or format during the conversion.
Comentarios en 7-Data Recovery Suite 2.1
Please add a comment explaining the reason behind your vote.
HOLY SATURATED FIELD, BATMAN!
In addition to those already mentioned, all of these are free (though some are kinda old); to save some time and effort, i'm listing the download.com URLs, but most of these can be gotten from other sources too (i.e. softpedia.com, majorgeeks.com). Whenever the option appears, i suggest clicking on "Direct Download Link":
Easeus Data Recovery Wizard Free Edition
iCare Data Recovery Free
MiniTool Power Data Recovery Free Edition
Wise Data Recovery
There are also good free all-in-one suites that include an undelete function:
I'll leave it to you to decide whether you want the regular, slim or portable (sorry Giovanni, don't mean to intrude on your territory ;) version; just visit http://download.cnet.com/windows and type "glary utilities" in the search box!
(Remember, "Direct Download Link" -- and pay attention while installing to prevent toolbars and browser hijack and whatnot!)
Wise Care 365 Free
(Same caveats as Advanced SystemCare)
Your best bet is to have at least a few undelete programs installed (and at least a couple of the suites, for that matter), because chances are 1-2 programs alone will not be enough to get that deleted file you really REEEEAAAALLY need!
As for today's offering: You have got to set your product apart from all the others if you want to charge such a high price. Also, the name makes it sound like it's meant primarily for Windows 7, which is not only several years old, it's weird to have something so limited.
Save | Cancel
Recuva is another good alternative that is free. http://www.piriform.com/recuva
Just try Recuva. The "Deep search" will help you recover many files that you lose.
@Wolf: Ashampoo Undeleter seems not free.
Save | Cancel
Please read carefully the instructions to register 7-Data Recovery Suite.
***Please not before registration it shows as a Free Edition which supports recovering only 1GB data.
Unzip the package you've downloaded, and carefully read the instructions which you can find in the readme.txt file. This readme.txt file is included with all our downloads. Follow the instructions carefully to install and activate the software.
7-Data Recovery Suite is an all-in-one data recovery software to recover lost/deleted photos, files, partition, and more from hard disks, memory cards, flash drives for Windows and mobile phone.
We are also providing more dedicated data recovery for specific purposes and scenarios. Please visit our official website for more information.
That's it for now. Thank you GOTD for this giveaway! I hope you enjoy it!
Save | Cancel
About 7-data recovery Suite today - Note: Please note that GOTD version includes 1-year subscription. Updates are available.
Quote #67 june 18th. (Kingsoft Giveaway):
Software that will remain functional as it is, over the years, will normally come with a permanent userlicense. A Photo-application is a good example. New versions are no reason to stop older versions from working, but new versions might be only for selling because of the efforts modernising the code.
Software that needs continuous effort to stay effective and functional, normally comes with a temporary userlicense. You have to renew to pay for the continuous efforts. A virusscanner is a good example because of the signature updates. A cloud based application is another example because of maintenance of the accessed cloud servers. New versions might be a reason to stop older versions from working (compatibility) and should be bought because of the effort to create the new version and keeping things functional and actual.
About the giveaway:
There is no reason why recovery software should stop being available over time, nor that newer versions would stop older versions to function. It would be reasonable to accompany recovery software with a permanent userlicense.
After buying this type of software, nobody has to do any effort (unless you accept doing the efforts yourself by paying for license renewals) to keep things functional and nobody should earn something for doing nothing.
But in this case you are entitled to get updates during your temporary userlicense of one year. And of course, updates have to be made, efforts have to be taken. That would make it fair to accompany this software with a subscription, right? No, not at all! ...
Suppose you want to order a pizza with ham and cheese but then they tell you you can only do so when you also order anchovy (tied sales).
I would tell them, I just want pizza with ham and cheese. Í don't like ruining my pizza-deal and pay extra for what I don't want.
I'm telling here, I only want recovery software without the tied sales of updates. Only acceptable with a permanent user license.
Just pizza with ham and cheese please. Todays giveaway is no deal to me.
By the way, I'm merely expressing my opinion, you can have yours, but don't start telling me I shouldn't bother, I should be pleased, I should accept all kind of factual life etc. That's is only to me to decide, you'll have to do with my opinion - as is -
Save | Cancel
Yeah, I know it is free today, so thanks for the offer – but...
$29,95 (was $39,95!) for an one PC, one year license for non-commercial use only – for a program which will be used by most (if not all) users on a very occasional basis only?
IMHO programs like this one – if they are not Freeware – should be sold on an one-time payment basis only and not by subscription!
Naturally, I will pass on this one.
Save | Cancel