Recovery of compressed and encrypted NTFS partitions with the help of Hetman Software products in Los Angeles.
Recovering Compressed NTFS Files
Below, we’ll have a closer look on opportunities to recover files compressed with NTFS tools.
To learn more about recovering protected and encrypted files, please read our article called Recovering Protected and Encrypted NTFS Files. Later on, we will consider the possibilities of recovering files compressed using the standard means of the NTFS file system.
Choosing the Right File System:
FAT and NTFS
Read to find out what file system is better and when, and learn what devices are compatble with FAT or NTFS.
Windows offers the choice between two file system families: FAT and NTFS. When formatting new media, you can have a question as to which one is the better file system. As usual, there is no single definite answer. Both file systems can serve you better under a variety of circumstances.
Practical Hints on Choosing
Between FAT and NTFS
Read this article to know how to choose a file system properly when formatting a storage device, and which file system is better for a hard disk, USB drive or memory card.
Enough theory! To learn more about the differences between file systems, read the article titled “Choosing the Right File System: FAT and NTFS”. When exactly do I use FAT, and when should I pick NTFS? Naturally, NTFS should be used within the scope of desktop and laptop computers.
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.