Recovery of fragmented files, software-based disk defragmentation with Hetman Software.
and Data Recovery Issues
What data fragmentation is and how it affects the quality of data recovery.
Disk fragmentation is a fact of our daily life. It’s a well-known fact that fragmentation affects performance, specifically the speed of disk access operations. However, disk fragmentation also has another aspect that’s rarely mentioned. If something goes wrong, fragmented files are much more difficult to recover even if you’re using the best data recovery tools. Why’s that? Let’s begin from explaining what disk fragmentation is.
Data Recovery of Fragmented Files
Read this article to find out how to prevent file fragmentation, and how signature search works when recovering a fragmented disk.
Recovering files from fragmented disks can be more difficult than restoring files that are stored on the disk in a single continuous chunk. In fact, the primary goal of the file system is to store information about the order of sectors on the drive containing files.
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.