Active Undelete Software Latest Version Free Download. Recovers lost files on NTFS, FAT, FAT32, exFAT, HFS +, Ext2 / Ext3 / Ext4, UFS file systems. Supports Windows 8 / Windows 7 / Vista / Windows XP, Windows 2003/2008 servers.
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Recover deleted files/folders:
This is essentially the main feature of Active @ UNDELETE. To recover accidentally deleted files, simply scan the disk where they were deleted, then explore the scan results in a familiar Windows explorer-like browser, search and filter the results, select the necessary files and recover them in a safe location. You can preview the scan results to confirm that the detected files are exactly what you need. Some restrictions apply to the DEMO version.
Find deleted partitions:
In some cases, the files you are looking for on a particular drive no longer appear to exist: the partitions have been deleted or overwritten by a new one. There is still a chance to recover some files in such a situation! The software can locate the deleted partitions first and allow you to scan them to reveal the lost or detected files you need.
Scan for files by their signatures:
Active @ UNDELETE can search for files by their unique format specification (signature) even if the files cannot be found as part of the File Table. See the table below for a detailed list of supported file signatures.
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Active Undelete Software Download
Active @ UNDELETE is a powerful data recovery software that helps you to recover deleted files and restore deleted partitions. Advanced software to recover deleted files and restore lost or damaged partitions. Before purchase, we recommend that you evaluate the Freeware edition of the DEMO version which is fully functional, except that it has a limitation on the size of a recovered file.