Version: 10.0.8
Program Type: Shareware
Release date: 2013-02-04

Active@ File Recovery provides an extremely useful functionality to anyone who finds themselves in a situation of data loss. Whether your files have been accidentally deleted or your disk formatted, this software should be able to help you.

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There are a great many ways in which you can lose your important data. Sometimes you can accidentally delete files or format the wrong drive while in other cases a system hardware failure or malicious software may be to blame. Even those who are very vigilant with protecting their files and keeping important things backed up may sometimes fall victim to data loss. Fortunately, there are powerful file recovery solutions available such as Active@ File Recovery. This program will give you the highest possible chances to recover data from formatted drives or files which have been removed from the recycle bin. The software supports all file systems natively supported by Windows, Mac, Linux and Unix. You can also launch it from its own bootable media. This is great for unbootable computers or in cases where the system hard disk contains the data to be recovered. Active@ File Recovery is not at all hard to use, making it perfect for both home and corporate uses. Find out more at http://www.file-recovery.com.


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