Active@ File Recovery Professional
Active@ File Recovery Professional Download is a powerful software utility, designed to restore accidentally deleted files and directories.It allows you to recover files that have been deleted from the Recycle Bin, as well as those deleted after avoiding the Recycle Bin (e.g. Shift-Delete).
Active@ File Recovery can be installed on and run from a USB stick, so that the risk of overwriting your data is minimized.
Active File Recovery enables you to recover files that you’ve accidentally deleted or that were lost for any number of other reasons. With clear options and quick scanning functionality, this app will have your files back in your hands in no time.
Active@ File Recovery Professional is an enhanced version of Active@ File Recovery software that includes Active@ Partition Recovery for Windows that can detect and restore accidentally deleted partitions (volumes, drives) on Hard Disk Drives, external USB drives, and memory cards (SunDisk, MemoryStick, CompactFlash, etc…).
Active@ File Recovery for Windows detects and recovers files and disks lost due to accidental deletion, disk formatting, virus and other reasons.
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The Professional package also includes integrated Active@ Disk Editor (or Hex Viewer – a utility for low-level data inspection), Virtual RAID re-constructor, being able to recover damaged RAID disk arrays, and File Organizer needed to re-organize and rename files detected by their signatures. The Ultimate edition extends the Professional package with Active@ Boot Disk Lite: an ISO image that you can use to create a bootable CD/DVD or USB with a lightweight version of Windows 7(WinPE 3.1) or Linux (openSUSE 13) running in RAM. It is the only way to recover your data when your system is not bootable and you cannot attach the corrupted Hard Disk Drive to another machine. Supplied Linux LiveCD boots the latest UEFI secure boot systems & regular BIOS.
Active@ File Recovery is a professional undelete tool that can recover accidentally deleted files, or information on drives where the partitions have been lost or corrupted.
The program is compatible with a huge range of systems. It’ll run on all versions of Windows from NT upwards, for instance. It supports hard drives, floppy and USB flash disks, damaged or deleted RAID systems, large-sized drives (greater than 2TB), and can even recover compressed, fragmented and encrypted files on NTFS partitions.
And Active@ File Recovery’s SuperScan technology has an in-depth knowledge of file formats which allows it to recognise data that other tools might miss. It’s particularly good at detecting RAW digital images (direct support for Nikon, Canon, Olympus, Leica, Pentax, Sony, Sigma, Fuji and Konica RAW files makes the program ideal for recovering lost photos from a camera’s memory card), but there’s also support for uncovering Office documents, Outlook PST files, images, videos and many other file types.
Despite all this, the mechanics of the undelete process aren’t handled quite as well as in some of the competition. The program won’t display thumbnails of all the files it finds, for instance, so you can’t spot the images you need at a glance. And there’s no indication of the condition of a particular deleted file, how likely it is to be recoverable – you just have to try to recover it, and see what happens.