Recovery of built-in and external HDDs using Hetman Software tools.
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?”
Hybrid Hard Drives (SSHD) and Data Recovery
Read about hybrid drives and their types, and discover peculiarities of data recovery from SSHDs.
Hybrid hard drives, or SSHD (Solid-State Hybrid Drives) are still specialty items, but they are slowly gaining popularity. Combining sheer storage capacity of traditional magnetic hard drives with extremely high access speed solid-state drives are known for, hybrid hard drives promise to offer the best of the two worlds. At least in theory.
File Recovery Algorithm
Read about data recovery procedure for NTFS disks and the algorithm used by file recovery apps.
Now when we covered most of the theory, we can proceed to actually recovering files. As you may remember from our previous article, FAT was never designed with data recovery in mind. As a result, FAT was very inconvenient to work with when it came to recovering lost information.
Inside NTFS: Files in the NTFS System
In this article, we’ll tell you how file recovery works with NTFS-formatted disks.
In our previous article we were discussing how data recovery tools are able to recover information. In that article we covered FAT, one of the two major file systems used in Windows computers. Today, we’ll be discussing the other file system: the NTFS. The authors of this article used their experience by developing Hetman Partition Recovery, a universal data recovery tool working with both FAT and NTFS formatted devices.
Why Today’s Data Recovery Tools
are Better than Undelete.exe
Read to find out the difference between simple and obsolete data recovery software vs. present-day tools.
Data recovery software has come a long way since the “unerase” tool was introduced in Norton Utilities 1.0 in 1982. A few years later, Microsoft added “undelete.exe” was added to MS DOS 5. Both tools relied on the properties of the file system (FAT16 at the time) to retain information about deleted files in its directory structures.
Organizing and Displaying
Your Photo Albums
Read this article to know how to store photo archives properly: pros and cons of social media, online albums and image hosting services.
You’ve shot hundreds or thousands of pictures. Now what? You’ll probably want to get them organized, and will most probably want to share some of them with others. Depending on your goals, you may want to look for the right solution among the two big categories.