Software Shelf Issues File-Rescue Plus 4.0
Software Shelf has announced the release of new security and data recovery technology with its File-Rescue Plus 4.0. This technology recovers or undeletes lost or deleted computer data of every kind including photos, audio and video from every kind of device including Hard Drives, CD's, cameras, floppies, Jazz drives, Zip drives, Flash media, Smart media, and others. Its features surpass earlier technologies.
New File-Rescue Plus contains a "shredder" for extreme security. This is the Clean Free Disk Space Option allowing one to securely wipe all free disk space on the computer to Department of Defense Specifications 5220.22-M. New File-Rescue Plus 4.0 has been completely re-written from the ground up with new features and faster scanning engines. It has incorporated many file sorting and search features to make it easier to find lost material and in seconds.
Key features include:
*Rescue Options allows one to recover and undelete Files, Directory Structures, Cluster Sizes, Compressed Files, Heavily Fragmented Files, Files of any Size.
*QuickScan Option shows deleted files from the current format of the partition or media type.
*ClusterScan Option - Shows all files on the volume whether deleted or not. Useful for Damaged, Reformatted, or Corrupted Drives. Allows recovery from CDRW.
*Device Detection detects any drive type such as, any Hard Drive, Removable Drives, CD Drives, or any Device attached to the computer.
*Sorting and Search Options allows full search on all files by keyword; sorting by file types for Documents, Images, Audio, Video, and the Recycle Bin.
*File List Options include saving your file list as a Text, CSV, or an XML file. Allows for printing of your file list and viewing your list with Details, Icons, and Image files as Thumbnails.
*Help Options include taking one to the online user guide, which can be viewed in html or downloaded.
The tool includes a Live Electronic Update Option to automatically download the latest updates and upgrades in seconds by the click of a button.
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