Raise Data Recovery for NTFS is a software application specially designed for NTFS file system of Windows operating system as a cost-efficient data recovery solution. The software works applying the same powerful mechanisms as UFS Explorer Standard Recovery software that enable efficient recovery of accidentally deleted data and data lost due to logical file system damages after formatting hard disk, hardware malfunctions or software failures, virus attacks, power outages etc. The software operates in a safe read-only mode without making any modifications on the storage. Before starting recovery diagnosis features of the software allow to approximately evaluate the condition of data on the partition. For lost storage partitions the software contains means to find partitions automatically or define partitions manually. Additional software tools allow to assess the condition of the file system and define its readability. In case of any problems with the file system the software supports virtual file system reconstruction. NTFS system itself features one of the best data recovery chances on condition that lost data are not overwritten. Raise Data Recovery for NTFS raises possibility for exact recovery of lost and deleted files from partitions and storages formatted with this system. Despite restrictions that limit data recovery to NTFS file system, the software recognizes other file systems as well - Windows (FAT); Apple Mac OS (HFS+); Linux (Ext2, Ext3, Ext4 , Reiser, XFS, JFS (JFS2) and FreeBSD (UFS/UFS2). Raise Data Recovery for NTFS will detect file system type and find lost and deleted data that allows you to define file system type and select Raise Data Recovery software for your file system. Reasonable price of the software focused on your file system type will save your money and fast-working powerful software mechanisms will save your time.
What's new in this version:
In minor update there were fixed several reported issues. Major of them is complete switching to using of long file paths under Windows OS with extra path validation to resolve issues related to saving files from Linux-based systems and NAS with extremely long file/folder paths. The other fixes include fixing of reported visual and performance related issues.