Raise Data Recovery 6.7.1 estaba como Giveaway el día n 25 de agosto de 2016
Calidad a nivel profesional
Obtienea una solución de recuperación completa a un precio de un segmento de usuarios de software
Recupera de Windows, Linux, Mac
Todas las versiones de Windows, Linux y Mac incluidas
Soporte básico a unidades RAID
Reconstrucción automática de una matriz RAID sin daños
Interfaz simple estilo ayudante
Recuperas los datos sin esfuerzo con un solo clic.Proceso de recuperación de datos directo y claro
Simple click on a scan button makes the program start bringing back files
Support of localized file names
Numerous file names encodings to cover the possibility of viewing file names in different languages
Windows ® XP with Service Pack 3 and above (up to Windows 10); 20MB free disk space; 1GB RAM
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Very simple to use
Recognizes and recovers all data types
Recovered data can only be saved to a folder in the root location of a selected drive
Use standard Windows Explorer functionality allowing user to select the recovered data storage folder, as opposed to arbitrarily placing the folder on the root drive of the selected device.
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A somewhat long-winded process to install and register, found it impossible to edit the text box for the selection of where to install.
On opening found some of the text difficult to read because of the size and colour.
Scanned a Flash drive and it quickly presented a list which included files that had not been deleted.
When checking a second Flash drive started to do something it had not done with the first and that was information informing me it was searching for lost data.
I stopped this analysis early as it would have taken about 20 min, which is fair enough as I would rather have thorough than fast.
I stopped it after about 5 min and it listed what it had found.
On the left panel created heading Extra found files and in here there appeared to be some deleted files, one being a JPEG declaimed was 26 GB in size, it was around 3 MB in reality.
Will do further testing of the second Flash drive but this time allowing a full analysis.
It appears to be a pretty decent program for the price, and I look forward to seeing what full analysis produces.
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Allowed full analysis to take place it took 26 min to scan this 32 GB flash drive.
I had removed three image files as part of the test but from the listing produced it was not obvious that these were the ones that have been deleted.
Tried to recover two of them, one okay the second not recoverable.
The inability to know which files had been deleted and which were normal files on the drive baffles me. It is necessary in my opinion yet it does not happen, pretty sure I'm using the program correctly so really disappointed.
It isn't unusual for recovery programs to behave in this manner and I often wonder what the developers are thinking of when they allow this to happen but it totally puts me off the program.
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It would help accuracy to auto-resize the on-screen display of a drive so that it fits left-to-right within the program window without scrolling and hiding any partition ...
... if we cannot see the entire drive at once, we may misinterpret and overlook opportunities to recover data ...
... remember, the end user is the weakest link, do not depend on them doing anything upon which the success of the software depends -- they already deleted their precious!
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