Recovery of compressed and encrypted NTFS partitions with the help of Hetman Software products in Los Angeles.
Recovering Files After Formatting or Deleting: What’s the Difference?
Read this article about peculiarities of data recovery after formatting a disk or merely deleting files, and about the methods you can apply to bring the information back.
How to Recover Files Deleted Without Using the Recycle Bin?
If files were deleted unexpectedly, accidentally or by mistake, they often need to be recovered, as such deleted files could be very important for their owners. In this article, you can read about the main ways of recovering deleted files in a Windows operating system.
How to Convert a RAW Disk Into NTFS and Restore its Data?
Read this article to find out why a disk turns into RAW, how you can convert it into NTFS. How to restore access to a RAW disk, and how to restore information from such a disk.
Is the disk file system identified as RAW? Would you like to restore the NTFS partition after a loss of data? Do you have problems with formatting a disk into NTFS file system? Are you looking for an app to change RAW into NTFS? You will find answers to these and other questions in our article.
Comparing the Two File Systems: ReFS (Resilient File System) and NTFS
In this article, let’s have a look at the opportunities offered by ReFS and what makes it better than the good old NTFS system. Recovering data from ReFS storage space.
The new file system ReFS by Microsoft was initially introduced in Windows Server 2012. It is also available in Windows 10 as a component within the Storage Space tool. ReFS can be used for a group of disks known as storage pool. With the issue of Windows Server 2016, the file system was improved and soon it will be available in the new version of Windows 10.
How to Encrypt Files and Folders with EFS in Windows 10, 8 or 7
Read about EFS in Windows 10, how to enable and use it, and how to back up the EFS encryption key.
The Encrypting File System (EFS) was first introduced in Windows 2000 and is still available in all versions of Windows 10, 8 or 7 except for Home version. EFS is similar to encryption by Bitlocker, and it allows encrypting separate files and folders while Bitlocker works with the entire disk. EFS is not a full-fledged file system, but an add-on based on NTFS and allowing to encrypt particular files on the fly.