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License:
Demo (Free to try)
Size:
1.11 MB
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Downloads:
2830
Platform:
Windows (All Versions)
Publisher:
DIY DataRecovery(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
iUndelete is an easy to use undelete utility specially designed for Windows XP formatted NTFS partitions (NTFS 3.1). Recover files deleted from the bin, from console windows etc..

Select undelete mode to recover files that were lost due to (accidental) deletion. This includes files that were deleted from the Recycle Bin, from a command prompt (console window), while holding the shift key and files that were deleted programmatically.

Scanning a drive for deleted files doesn't usually take more than a few minutes.



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