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    Post by maxim9691 on Wed Jul 27, 2011 8:15 pm


    Deleted a file from the Recycle Bin--and wish you had it back? Worry

    UndeletePlus will most likely be able to recover it for you, along
    with possibly hundreds of other files that you thought were gone
    forever. It claims to recover not only files that you deleted from the
    Recycle Bin, but also files that you deleted and never made it into the
    Recycle Bin, such as if you've deleted files from a USB drive, or from
    within a DOS window. You can also use it to recover files deleted from
    CompactFlash, SmartMedia, MultiMedia and Secure Digital cards.

    All that is the good news. The bad news is that it won't do any of
    that until you pay for it. The downloadable version will show you files
    that can be undeleted, but won't actually undelete them until you
    register the program.

    When you run UndeletePlus, it scans your system for files that have
    been deleted, then lists them all by file type, or by folder location,
    or by drive location. For each file, it gives the file name and path,
    size, date it was created and last modified, and the chances that you
    can recover it. (In some instances, the deleted file has already been
    overwritten; in that case, you won't be able to recover it.) You can
    also filter those files, for example by file name, size, and so on.
    This makes it much easier to find files you want to recover. When you
    find files you want to recover, tell UndeletePlus to do its work, and
    it recovers the files almost instantly.

    This version is a major upgrade over the previous version of
    UndeletePlus, which was freeware. It offers a number of new features,
    such as a much easier-to-use interface, and the ability to recover more
    kinds of files. The new features are certainly nice, but it goes
    without saying that most people would most likely rather have had the
    program stay free.

    Note that when you install this software, it installs the Yahoo
    Toolbar. If you don't want that toolbar installed, make sure to uncheck
    that option when installing.

    --Preston Gralla

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