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Editors' Review

Easy to use but anemic in features, File Recover falls short of the better offerings in this genre. As far as we could gather, it can't restore files on corrupted or formatted partitions, nor on systems that can't boot. On top of that, the trial version can't save (or even view) recovered files.

File Recover has a pleasant, straightforward interface, and it did restore a deleted file in our tests, but for $29.95, you can buy much more capable recovery software.

 
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Full Specifications

General

Publisher PC Tools
Publisher web site http://www.pctools.com/
Release Date January 03, 2011
Date Added January 03, 2011
Version 7.5.0.15

Category

Category Utilities & Operating Systems
Subcategory File Management

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/Vista 32-bit/7 32-bit/Vista 64-bit/7 64-bit
Additional Requirements None

Download Information

File Size 10.43MB
File Name frinstall.exe

Popularity

Total Downloads 665,415
Downloads Last Week 23

Pricing

License Model Free to try
Limitations Save-disabled
Price $22.49
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