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It recovers files from external USB disks, digital photo and video camera memory cards and other devices with the FAT (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, and exFAT) file system. In additional, it also uses the scan for known file types, which makes R-Undelete Home is an ideal solution for recovery lost digital photos, movies, and music. In comparison with the free Home version R-UNDELETE additionally recovers lost files from NTFS, NTFS5 (created or updated by Win2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008/Win7/Win8). For user's convenience R-Undelete can be run from disks and folders context menu. R-Undelete supports Dynamic Disks, encrypted files, localized names, compressed files and alternative data streams. Most of graphic, video and audio files can be previewed in R-Undelete Demo mode to estimate recovery chances before purchasing. R-Undelete 4.x versions are supplemented with an improved wizard-style interface oriented on data recovery novices and an option to recover files from damaged and deleted partitions that bring R-Undelete to the highly rated R-Studio level except for some special data recovery features like RAID, Hex editing and Network support. Found files and folders can now be easily sorted by the original structure, file extension or file creation/modification time. Starting from the version 4.5, R-Undelete creates an image and simultaneously scans the data being copied. The program creates two files stored in the same place: an image file and a file with the scan info. The upgraded file viewer supports the additional file formats including Adobe Acrobat pdf, Microsoft Office documents doc, xls, ppt (Office 97-2003), docx, xlsx, pptx. A new, faster, and more robust algorithm for Known File Types scanning and FAT file system processing. The algorithm is adapted to multi-core processing and prevents the program from freezing and crashing in a critical situation.
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