Master Uneraser 1.20
Master Uneraser can recover accidentally deleted files on your hard drives (even files deleted from Recycle Bin).
It has direct access to hard drive on low level and ignores information about existing files on drive, because it analyzes free space of hard drive (where it can find deleted files).
It is not well known, that Windows does not delete files completely. It just removes record of file from file system. So, Master Uneraser has good chances to recover deleted file (maybe important one!) in case if it has not been overwritten by new files.
Master Uneraser is specially designed for new Windows Vista and has native Vista interface like Office 2007 and it has native support for Vista Aero Style. But Master Uneraser is compatible with previous versions of Windows: 2003/XP/2000.
Master Uneraser supports all major File Systems used in Windows like: FAT (VFAT, FAT16, FAT32), NTFS4, NTFS5. It supports long file names and non-English characters in file names. And also it has possiblity to recover deleted NTFS compressed files.
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