Recovery of *.docx and *.doc documents of Microsoft Word using specialized tools from Hetman Software.
How to Recover Data After Reinstalling Windows 10, 8 or 7
Read this article about recovering your data after reinstalling the operating system: how to do it and what tools to use.
Working in data recovery business for years, we are used to seeing emails such as this one:
“My computer went wonky, so I decided to reinstall Windows. To make sure all the glitches are gone, I chose to reinstall from scratch on a new partition. After I installed Windows on my computer, all of my files are gone. I know that you guys have a bunch of data recovery tools. Is there a particular tool to help me recover my files? I tried your Hetman Uneraser, but it didn’t find anything. Help?”
Forensic Disk Analysis
Read about the difference between commercial anmd forensic approaches to data recovery. Information recovery methods in forensics; algorithms, requirements and software for collecting evidence.
Digital forensics and data recovery walk hand to hand. Developers of forensic analysis tools implement many of the same algorithms and use most of the same techniques available in the recovery tools. There are, however, certain differences in reasoning and approaches between the two categories of tools even aside of the massive price difference.
Recovering Office Document Files
Read about recovering a deleted document without leaving your home, and what utilities are good enough for an ordinary user.
Documents such as Word files, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Access databases and a wide range of other titles are among the most valuable to their users. Unlike photographs that can be snapped in an instant, it takes a lot of time to create a document. And it only takes a single moment to lose it.
Why Deleted Files
Can Be Recovered?
Get to know how files are stored on your hard disk and how Windows works when you delete files.
With so many inexpensively priced data recovery and undelete tools on the market, one may wonder what magic they do to get deleted files back. Is it really a very complex and time-consuming process, or can anyone do it at home? To answer the question, we should first look at what Windows does when you delete a file.