Recovery Explorer Professional 9.9

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Recovery Explorer Professional is a feature-packed software application for access and recovery of files in various cases of data loss or file system damage, easy comprehensible for both technical experts and advanced home users. The software works with a broad set of devices, including RAID of various complexities, and supports a wide variety of file systems: FAT32/exFAT/NTFS/ReFS/ReFS3 of Windows, HFS+/APFS file systems of macOS, Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, UFS/UFS2, Adaptec UFS, big-endian UFS, XFS, ReiserFS, JFS, Btrfs, F2FS of Linux, ZFS of SUN/FreeNAS and VMFS/VMFS6 of VMware. In addition to physical storages and various disk images, the program handles virtual disks of VMware, Hyper-V, QEMU, XEN, VirtualBox and Parallels. What is more, the utility incorporates embedded decryption techniques for BitLocker, LUKS, TrueCrypt, VeraCrypt, eCryptFS, Apple APFS, FileVault 2 and other encrypted volumes, that make use of the available password or decryption key and allow restoring files from an encrypted device like from one utilizing no encryption. Microsoft Storage Spaces, Dynamic disks, NTFS/ReFS volumes with enabled data deduplication, Apple Core Storage, mdadm, LVM with thin provisioning Btrfs-RAID, Drobo BeyondRAID and RAID-Z volumes are automatically detected by the software for further data recovery or access to files. Besides, the application can boast a wide variety of means for data analysis: for decomposition of RAID configurations, low-level analysis of data consistency on drives, partitions or files in the hexadecimal mode and others. The process of data evaluation is enhanced with the opportunity to see the state of each file, preview files of common formats, perform file search/sorting, etc. Recovery Explorer Professional can be also used to handle failing drives with definition of parameters as to the access and usage of the device, and the possibility to read out the storage only once and save the processed data to a sparse image file.

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