A useful and comprehensive read-only data recovery utility that can recover all files, including the ones with long file names or the files named with non-Latin characters
|Version||X Build 1779|
|Updated||March 21 2020|
Zero Assumption Softwares N/A N/A
|Crack Size||4.7 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 8 64 bit, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Hard drive problems are something you usually hear from your friends and acquaintances, or read online, but sometimes, they actually happen to you. If you lose the data on your drives remember that there are programs out there that could help you out.
Zero Assumption Recovery is one of these apps. The software has three main features: it recovers images, data for Windows, Linux and RAID schemes.
Image recovery allows you to get back lost digital images and videos from all types of mediums, like memory cards and USB thumb drives, but not limited to them.
The second mode, “Data Recovery for Windows and Linux” can be used to recover data from FAT, NTFS Windows systems and ext 2/3/4 or XFS Linux systems. Data can be recovered from hard drives, disk image files, healthy RAID and various partitions. Computer scanning is done quickly and the resulting list is easy to interpret.
The third and last mode, RAID Recovery permits the reconstruction of broken RAID 0, RAID 1+0 and RAID 5 arrays.
Experienced users can access “Advanced configuration” to customize the way the app works. For example, you can set a few details regarding the logging of each activity, choose the way the software processes the information on your disks and the filesystem analysis mode. Furthermore, you can configure a few details regarding each mode supported by the app.
The app supports various widely-spoken languages, such as English, German and French.
All in all, Zero Assumption Recovery Crack is a useful tool when you have hard drive problems. The interface is simple and practical, so first-time users shouldn’t have problems finding out what the software can do.
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