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Eassos Recovery 4.0.1 Giveaway
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Giveaway of the day — Eassos Recovery 4.0.1

Recuperar archivos perdidos causados por la eliminación, el formato, ataques de virus, etc.
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Eassos Recovery es un software de recuperación de datos eficaz y fácil de usar, que puede recuperar archivos perdidos causados por la eliminación, el formato, los ataques de virus, la corrupción de la partición, etc. Recupera fotos, documentos, vídeos, música, aplicaciones, correos electrónicos y otros tipos de archivos perdidos de todo tipo de dispositivos de almacenamiento, como un disco duro dañado, tarjeta de memoria, la unidad flash USB, el disco duro externo, etc. Eassos Recovery muestra datos perdidos mientras que la exploración en curso, y permite obtener una vista previa de archivos recuperables antes de la recuperación.

Requerimientos del Sistema:

Windows 2003/ 2012/ XP/ Vista/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10

Publicado por:

Eassos Ltd.

Página Oficial:

http://www.eassos.com/eassos-recovery.php

Tamaño del Archivo:

32.4 MB

Precio:

$69.95

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#3

Could this company "Eassos" be engaging in a little 'name-trading' (e.g., when you designate a company or product name very close to another, preexisting name, in order to glom unsuspecting customers)? Because their company appellation sounds like the moderately well-known 'EaseUs", whose website, at least, predates theirs by around six years.

Of course, this could just be a complete coincidence, but their entire product lineup is very similar to that of Easeus's (for example, Easeus has Partition Master, Eassos has Partition Guru, and they both sell similar data recovery programs), and their respective websites seem remarkably similar, so... it does seem highly suspicious.

I only mention this because, even if I give Eassos the benefit of the doubt that their software, including today's free offering, is any good, the name-trading practice leaves a bad taste in my mouth. You see it all the time, particularly with apps, software, services, etc., where a newer company will try to get in front of something that's popular and trade on customer confusion in order to take a competitive shortcut. And while there perhaps is nothing illegal in naming your game "Flippy Bird" after "Flappy Bird" becomes a big hit, it just casts a certain pall of dishonesty over the enterprise, as well as implying a certain creative bankruptcy. Personally, it gives me a negative vibe. Like I said though, the similarity in names could just be a coincidence yeah right.

P.S.: I'm certainly not trying to dissuade anyone from trying out the GOTD; it's just my (humble) two cents.

Robert Garofalo  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+82)

Oh, I'd like to add one more thing...
On Eassos's home page, in the "Awards and Reviews" section about halfway down the page, they have some customer testimonials consisting of short blurbs with photos. One of them purports to be from "Adrian:"
Thank you for the great software which helped me recovered photos from my SD card after it got formatted by accident. Thanks again.
Hey, there's nothing wrong with that, right? Except for "Adrian's" thumbnail pic, they have a lovely photo of Monica Belluci, the famous Italian movie actress.

I almost spit my coffee all over my laptop. Anyway, my confidence in Eassos just went way up! I mean, Monica Belluci is a fan! I wonder why she didn't use her real name though...?

Priceless.

Robert Garofalo  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+50)
#2

Another update regarding Eassos, for you folks who want to be entertained!

Well, in an earlier post I stated how one of the customer testimonials on their website had a photo of a woman claiming to be 'Adrian', the writer of the testimonial. That picture is in fact of Monica Belucci, an Italian movie star.
Another GOTD-er responded to my post, saying that perhaps it's not intentional deception by Eassos; perhaps whoever sent the testimonial likes to masquerade as Monica Belluci. Well, ok...

But let's take a look at one of their other customer testimonials, from someone named "Kelvin" (Kelvin? Is this the guy who invented the temperature scale?) So Kelvin says,

"The software is awesome! It recovered all my deleted files from empty Recycle Bin just like magic. Very quick and useful. Thanks so much."

That's really wonderful. Kelvin also has a picture. Except, like "Adrian's" pic, it's not really "Kelvin." It appears to be a photo of an individual named Wang Kaijie (aka Yamur Kursat Ersagun), a Turkish man charged and convicted of several counts of rape in Taiwan a few years back. I'm glad he's having a good experience with this data recovery program in between his stints in a Turkish prison. Here is a link to the news story, which includes the photo they are using for their "testimonial." The story appears originally in Chinese but is fed through Google Translate (it's not such a good translation, but the gist of the article is quite clear): bit.ly/1TvAL6u

Boy, these Eassos guys really have an uncanny ability to choose their testimonial pics! (and I don't think I've ever been so entertained by a GOTD...)

Robert Garofalo  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+49)
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To be sure, after looking at their website, the Lifetime License version, 30-day License version, and Free version have the exact same features.

A company that has three different product names in this manner, and without a webpage dedicated to 'comparing editions' seems to be dishonest to me.

arttronics  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+30)

I just wanted to add (what the hell happened to the "Edit" button?) that I don't think having multiple versions of the program is dishonest, and the chart more or less spells everything out.

But having fake customer testimonials on the homepage certainly isn't honest.

Robert Garofalo  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+42)

arttronics
To be fair, they DO have a table comparing the different editions. I found it here: http://www.eassos.com/data-recovery-software.php

And they do essentially have the same features; the substantive difference between them is in the amount of data they allow you to recover. For example, the free edition limits you to less than 1GB.

Robert Garofalo  –  Last year  –  ¿Te ha parecido útil este comentario? si | no (+41)

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