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Mar 292017
 


Puran File Recovery can be used to recover deleted/lost files/partitions. Files can be recovered from formatted disks too. Almost everything that is detected as a drive by Windows can be scanned irrespective of its file system. Be it Hard Disks, Pen Drives, Memory Cards, Mobile Phones, CDs, DVDs, basically any storage medium.

Main Features

  • A very simple interface with an extremely powerful recovery engine. A perfect combination of speed, accuracy and simplicity.
  • A Quick Scan that lists deleted files in a click and few seconds. It supports FAT12/16/32 and NTFS.
  • A Deep Scan that can intelligently scan a drive byte by byte resulting in high speed listing of many more deleted and lost files.
  • A Full Scan that can detect deleted/lost partitions and even recover files from formatted drives. RAW and Physical drives can also be scanned.
  • Deep/Full Scan not just look for lost file records but also detect different format files based on data patterns.
  • More than 50 formats/data patterns list expandable to hundreds of formats is included. Hence almost everything can be recovered.
  • In many cases, full paths of deleted files will be listed. This is the case for formatted drives too.
  • Recovered files can be saved with their path structure intact.
  • Files are listed in tree and list views. All files can be previewed before recovery.
  • A search box supporting wildcards lets you quickly locate your deleted files.
  • An official portable version is also available that can even run in BartPE environment.
  • In all, Puran File Recovery can recover almost everything with ease.
  • NB: The license can be used in commercial environment.

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