Programs compatible with Windows Vista, Seven, Eight, XP for recovering deleted or corrupted files from Hetman Software in Los Angeles.
and Encrypted NTFS Files
This article describes the process of recovery for files protected, encrypted or compressed with EFS (NTFS), and gives you hints on how to tackle possible problems.
NTFS has a lot of features not even imaginable in the older file system, FAT. Alternative data streams, user access permissions, on-the-fly compression and encryption are just a few things that are obvious to a computer user. Undeleting deleted files as well as recovering corrupted NTFS partitions presents more of a challenge to the designer of a data recovery tool than the older file system. Let’s deal with these issues one by one.
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.
Android and Windows Phone:
Data Loss and Recovery Issues
Read this article to know why data can be lost from mobile devices and how it can be recovered. A guide on data recovery from a memory card.
Android tablets and smartphones seem to dominate the mobile market, or at least its price-conscious side. Windows Phone and Windows RT devices occupy a small niche in the market, but have a great potential. One thing in common between Android and Windows based devices (but not Apple iPhone/iPad series) is their ability to extend their available memory with the use of an external memory card.
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.
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.