Are you looking for a solution to recover data from a hard disk within a network storage system like SAN or NAS? If you need to recover lost data from partitions using such file systems as NTFS, FAT, exFAT, ReFS, HFS+, Ext2/3/4, ReiserFS – try Hetman Partition Recovery. It will quickly scan your disk and display the available data on the screen, so you will only have to select the elements you need and recover them.(more…)
Refs File System: Restore Lost or Deleted Files in Los Angeles
Recovery of Refs partitions after accidental deletion or formatting using Hetman Software tools in Los Angeles.
Read this article to find out how to create software RAID in Windows Server. We describe methods of creating RAID inside Windows Server and with the help of Intel Rapid Storage Technology.(more…)
ReFS or Resilient File System is a new file system based on NTFS code. As any system of the kind, it has both advantages and disadvantages, but the essential fact is that ReFS is meant to address the major issues that NTFS suffers from. It is more resilient to data damage, can handle heavy workloads better and is easily scalable for very big file systems.(more…)
ReFS is known for improved security and efficient data storage features, but it can’t possibly offer 100% protection for important data, considering a huge variety of things that may cause a data loss. This article covers a benchmark test of data recovery tools to see how they deal with ReFS drives.(more…)
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.(more…)