Software-based recovery of Microsoft Word documents deleted by mistake using Hetman Software products.
Recovering Data After a Blackout
Let’s see what may happen to your files if the power goes off. Consequences of a power surge or blackout can be really sad for your data.
Power surges, blackouts and brownouts caused many troubles to computer users. Let’s face it: not every computer in the world is equipped with a battery pack or a UPS. The consequences of a power surge or blackout can be severe for your information. Let’s see what can happen to your file if the power is suddenly lost.
and Data Recovery Issues
What data fragmentation is and how it affects the quality of data recovery.
Disk fragmentation is a fact of our daily life. It’s a well-known fact that fragmentation affects performance, specifically the speed of disk access operations. However, disk fragmentation also has another aspect that’s rarely mentioned. If something goes wrong, fragmented files are much more difficult to recover even if you’re using the best data recovery tools. Why’s that? Let’s begin from explaining what disk fragmentation is.
Recovering Office Document Files
Read about recovering a deleted document without leaving your home, and what utilities are good enough for an ordinary user.
Documents such as Word files, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations, Access databases and a wide range of other titles are among the most valuable to their users. Unlike photographs that can be snapped in an instant, it takes a lot of time to create a document. And it only takes a single moment to lose it.
Recovering Deleted Documents,
Spreadsheets and Presentation
Read about the causes of losing office documents, electronic tables and presentations, and how to recover the most valuable stuff you used to have.
Office documents are among the most important files for any computer user. Accidentally deleting or otherwise losing a single document may require days or even weeks of work to re-create. Yet unsuspecting computer users around the world are losing hundreds of documents every day. Why does this happen, and what can be done about it? Let’s try to find out.