O&O DiskRecovery 4
O&O DiskRecovery 4 is the new and enhanced product developed by O&O for its professional Data Recovery line-up.
O&O DiskRecovery 4 uses the most modern technology to put data recovery for almost every form of data loss at the users disposal. The new version offers support for an increased range of files, better support for user signatures and a new preview function for various types of files.
O&O DeepScan makes it possible to locate even the smallest of files deleted from critical locations such as the Master File Table. Even such tiny files can now be recovered as O&O DeepScan deploys the maximum depth for scanning. O&O SmartScan solves the common problem during a data recovery that existing files are recovered as well as the deleted ones. O&O SmartScan has a filter that excludes existing files, significantly accelerating the scan and recovery process. Should the deleted data be on a formatted data storage medium, by activating O&O RawScan the file system is ignored in the search, allowing even files on such media to be capable of rescue.
Now with more than 300 file types The number of file types supported by O&O DiskRecovery 4 has been increased in the new version. One most notable addition is the support of OLE2-file types which improve the detection and reconstruction of Microsoft Word and Excel documents. You can increase the number of file types at any time by creating or integrating user-defined signatures. The creation of such user defined signatures now supports the integration of placeholders in a signature's code. Using this advanced signature function any type of file can now be integrated into O&O DiskRecovery 4.
New: Preview function Upon completion of the scanning process it is now possible to preview the recovered data. O&O DiskRecovery 4 supports various picture and text formats for the preview function including JPEG, BMP, TIF and many more.
Supported storage media O&O DiskRecovery 4 can recover data from all Windows supported data storage media. This includes, amongst others, internal und external hard disks (IDE, SATA, SCSI etc.), Digital cameras, MP3-Players, USB and Memory-Sticks, Memory Cards, CDs, DVDs und Diskettes. The only condition for a data recovery is that the data storage medium is recognized by Windows. However, it is not necessary to carry out a compatibility check through Windows in this regard. The rescued data can then be saved on any windows supported storage medium, provided it is not the medium from where the data was just recovered.
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