FreeUndelete

File undelete software. Free for personal use

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FreeUndelete restores deleted files, including those removed from Windows Recycle Bin. In case of accidental removal of files on a NTFS (1.0 and 2.0) (default for Windows Vista, XP, 2000 and NT), FAT32, FAT16 or FAT12 file systems this is the utility to help.

Supported file systems:
NTFS 1.0, NTFS 2.0, FAT12, FAT16 and FAT32

The recovered files are saved into a new user-selected location to prevent overwriting the deleted files on the original media.

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Free For Personal Use!

It is our pleasure to emphasize that FreeUndelete is free for personal use. There is no charge, direct or hidden, to download and use a fully functional copy of the program. The program does not install any spyware or adware along with it. It does not populate user's desktop with pop-up ads or forcefully subscribe user to mailing lists.

Please note that purchase is mandatory for use in business environment. Registered business users get guaranteed customer support service. For private users customer support is not guaranteed and depends on support staff workload.

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Proper Usage Techniques

A deleted file is essentially an area on disk designated as free and ready to accept data (such as contents of some other file). Luckily, unless the area has already been overwritten, it still holds the contents of the deleted file. Due to this fact it is possible to undelete files.

This fact also dictates the following procedure for using FreeUndelete:

  1. Stop any activity on the disk you are going to undelete files from! Remember that writing to that disk can damage the contents of the deleted files. Examples of disastrous activity include: copying files to the disk, installing programs there or running programs that use the disk as their swap media.
  2. Download and install FreeUndelete. Whenever possible, save the setup executable and install the program to a disk that does not hold files you need to undelete.
  3. Run and use FreeUndelete.

Tip: It is common that the only drive user has is C: and this is also the drive from where files need to be undeleted. In that case a good solution is using a USB flash drive as FreeUndelete download and install destination.

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Office and Windows

Email

Access

Exchange Server

Excel

Exchange OST

Money

Lotus Notes

QuickBooks

OneNote

PowerPoint

Outlook

Project

Outlook Express

Publisher

Undelete for Outlook

Word

Works

Windows Backup

Windows Registry

Servers

Databases

Active Directory

Access

BizTalk

FileMaker Pro

Exchange Server

Interbase / Firebird

Lotus Notes

MySQL

Project Server

Oracle

SharePoint

Paradox

VMWare

PostgreSQL

Virtual PC

SQL Server

Citrix Xen

Sybase

Sun xVM

SQL Anywhere Server

Visual FoxPro

Other

Media

Zip

Flash Drive

PDF

Hard Drive

JPEG, GIF, TIFF, BMP, PNG or RAW

CD and DVD

Photo File

Diskette

Photoshop

Removable Disk

WordPerfect

Virtual Drive

Writer

Calc


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