Press Release Summary:
The Active File Recovery Software version 18.0.2 is designed for recovering important files lost accidentally during formatting disk or deleting a partition. The software allows user to search for files of specific types like documents, pictures or videos and also supports ONE, PUB, VDI, BCB, IBD, MYI and FRM formats. It enables user to recover data from failing hard drives or computers that are attacked by malicious software.
Original Press Release:
LSoft Launches Version 18 of Active@ File Recovery
LSoft, a leading supplier of data-recovery solutions, is proud to announce the launch of the latest edition of its cutting-edge software Active@ File Recovery. Whether you've lost important files due to accidentally emptying the Recycle Bin, formatting a disk or deleting a partition, this program will help you get back what you've lost. It can also help recover data from failing hard drives or computers which have fallen victim to a malicious software attack. Even when you have no backup copy of your files available, this solution will scan your entire drive to look for deleted data. It doesn't require any previous experience with data-recovery either, and the learning curve is minimal. To that end, it serves to help you in your time of need by exploiting the window of opportunity you have between when the files are deleted and when the original data gets overwritten.
What's New in Version 18.0.2?
Active@ File Recovery uses file signatures to look for deleted files of specific formats, which is important given that there will no longer be any trace of them in the master file system. Instead, it allows you to search for files of specific types, such as documents, pictures or videos. The latest edition adds support for even more formats, including ONE, PUB, VDI, BCB, IBD, MYI and FRM. There's also a new Easy Recovery mode for quick scanning and recovery of lost files. The Ultimate package also includes new editions of Active@ Boot Disk, Active@ LiveCD and an improved Boot Disk Creator. Find out more at http://www.file-recovery.com/.