Size: 15.55 MB
Release date: Dec 27 2019
Platform: Win2000,WinXP,Win7 x32,Win7 x64,Windows 8,Windows 10,WinServer,WinOther,WinVista,WinVista x64
Publisher’s Site: https://www.sysdevlabs.com
Publisher’s Product Page: https://www.ufsexplorer.com/ufs-explorer-standard-recovery.php
The software embraces sophisticated mechanisms allowing to easily recover accidentally deleted files and data lost due to logical system damage after disk formatting, hardware malfunction, software failure, virus attack, power outage, etc.
UFS Explorer Standard Recovery supports a wide range of file systems of different OS, including Windows (FAT/FAT32/exFAT and NTFS), macOS (APFS, HFS+), Linux (XFS, Ext2, Ext3, Ext4, Linux JFS, ReiserFS, UFS/UFS2, big-endian UFS, Btrfs) and BSD/Solaris (UFS, simple ZFS volumes). Spanned volumes, like MDADM, Apple, NT LDM, LVM and others are automatically recognized and assembled by the utility, without any additional user actions required.
This program is capable of restoring files from different devices, like your PC, USB flash drive, memory card of a photo/video camera, external hard drive, etc. In addition to that, the application effectively works with disk images and virtual disks created by major virtualization software, like VMware and Hyper-V, enabling equally successful data recovery from both physical and virtual storages.
The user-friendly interface of UFS Explorer Standard Recovery can be adapted to fit the screen resolution and provides clear step-by-step guidance through the process of data recovery, simplifying complex tasks, which consequently can be carried out with just several mouse clicks. Moreover, the application is enhanced with various helpful filter and sorting options and allows previewing found files of most common formats, including images, PDF- and text documents.
UFS Explorer Standard Recovery applies the most advanced techniques to scan the device for lost data and to recover lost and deleted files while working in a safe read-only mode, without performing any risky modifications on the storage, making the operation harmless for the data.