This program quickly searches for deleted files on NTFS volumes, but the demo version's critical file-recovery feature is disabled. Unerase for NTFS has a straightforward, bland interface that lists the deleted files on your hard drive's NTFS volume with their corresponding details, such as size, type, name, and path. The program also supports wildcards for more narrow searches. Unfortunately, that's all the demo offers. We can't say how well the recovery feature works--and that would be its most valuable asset--but, if it works, this application should be a great help for users who delete a file and realize it must be retrieved. This program detects deleted files efficiently, so users at all levels looking for lost files should give it a try.
What's new in version 2.7
ReleaseNovember 7, 2008
Date AddedApril 22, 2005
Operating SystemsWindows, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Additional RequirementsWindows NT/2000/XP/2003 Server
Unerase for NTFS allows to recover files that have been deleted from NTFS volume without using "Recycle Bin". For example, files that have been deleted using Shift+Delete key combination, through command prompt, by emptying "Recycle Bin" or programmatically. Unerase for NTFS also provides useful features like ability to sort the list of deleted files found on the volume (by name, type, size, or location), filter string with wildcards can be specified to reduce the number of files shown in the list, build-in support for compressed files, original directory location, listing of both short and full file names, MFT index information. Version 2.7 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.