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22h left! Giveaway of the Day - Easy Drive Data Recovery
« on: 14. February 2013., 09:52:25 »
Giveaway of the Day - Easy Drive Data Recovery gives: http://www.giveawayoftheday.com/download/?id=37655 .

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"Easy Drive Data Recovery is a supreme and mighty data recovery application that has a remarkable ability of restoring files in situations that may seem absolutely hopeless, like accidentally formatting a hard drive or having a drive corrupted because of a nasty virus or someone’s clumsy hands. While looking simple and undemanding, it’s powerful enough to restore files that aren’t even present in the file system. The program uses Raw Search, a special algorithm that enables finding files of almost a 100 formats.

Reinstalling an operating system is no longer an obstacle on the way to successful data recovery – the program can deal with files that have been erased and deleted. It also doesn’t matter how large the hard drive is, even if it’s enormous, the search won’t take long, thanks to the built-in optimized search engines. All the recoverable data can be previewed and the trial version is designed to let the potential customer know in advance whether their data can be recovered.

To purchase a personal license (including updates and support) with 70% discount please follow https://secure.shareit.com/shareit/checkout.html?PRODUCT[300186591]=1&COUPON1=FOR-70PC-OFFER-M2Y3 . If you’d like to purchase a business or a service license, please notify us via email: sales@munsoft.com. "

All in all... Looks pretty good actually! Might safe your ass one day too!

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22h left! Giveaway of the Day - Easy Drive Data Recovery
« on: 14. February 2013., 09:52:25 »
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Re: 22h left! Giveaway of the Day - Easy Drive Data Recovery
« Reply #1 on: 14. February 2013., 10:13:58 »
FROM: http://dottech.org/97014/windows-review-munsoft-easy-drive-data-recovery/

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CONCLUSION

When I first started to use MunSoft Easy Drive Data Recovery, I thought it would be another one of those pathetic data recovery files developed by a kid in his mom’s basement. While I don’t know where MunSoft Easy Drive Data Recovery has been developed (it could, I suppose, have been developed in someone’s basement), I do know it is one of the better, more powerful data recovery tools I have come across.

However, the fact that it doesn’t have the ability to create bootable media really mitigates the program’s usefulness. This is compounded by the fact that the developer wants $59.95 for the program. I’m not going to say $60 is a high price for recovering your precious files (after all, anyone will pay a measly $60 to recover the childhood photos of their children, for example) but $60 is a high price when the program doesn’t offer bootable media.

Overall, it is hard for me to formally recommend MunSoft Easy Drive Data Recovery due to the lack of bootable media support. It is a good program, yes, but not a program I would spend $60 on. My recommendation is freeware Testdisk & PhotoRec. Testdisk & PhotoRec is not user-friendly but is easily the most powerful data recovery software I have used… and it can be run outside of Windows (i.e. it supports bootable media).

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