The chances of deleting and losing data mistakenly are a lot for anyone. People always become stressed when they lose their valuable data. However, TestDisk offers you the best opportunity to retrieve and get your precious data back in its original form. This application is easy to use for PC, Android, DOS, Mac OS, FreeBSD and Sun OS users.
CGSecurity is a leading software development company that understands the needs of its customers and thus develops unique, effective and extremely beneficial apps and programs for them. This tool is very similar to rest of the data recovery programs; but it is sharper, more reliable and beneficial than those. Presently, there are many leading data recovery programs, but TestDisk is the best one for its multiple devices compatibility, friendly functions, and maximum efficiency.
TestDisk is very useful for all types of files, lost partitions, data and other sorts of the information. Fundamentally, there are multiple uses, functions and features of this tool. It helps the users to get their lost data and files completely back just in the minimal course of time.
It makes your non-booting partitions or disks bootable once again. Further, it can also help you to fix the partition table, issues, and failures. If by mistake you have deleted your folders and whole partition, then TestDisk will retrieve the lost data and restore in the same folder, place and with full space successfully.
It is very simple to download and install this software. For this purpose, you should read the license agreement of CGSecurity before starting the downloading process. Secondly, you must be familiar with the way how to use it for fixing issues, recovering the lost data and make the partitions or the disks bootable if these are non-bootable.
TestDisk needs just a few commands, like the folder name or file format, while it will start working automatically and you will be able to restore the deleted files in your system once again.
|TestDisk & PhotoRec 7.2 Jul 30, 2019|
|TestDisk & PhotoRec 7.0 Apr 15, 2015||
exFAT: better support
ext4: handle 64 bit blocks or 64 KiB blocksize. Fix detection and file listing
Avoid erroneous error when writing 512 bytes on hard disk using 4k sector
FAT, NTFS: avoid NULL pointer dereference if localtime() returns NULL. Thanks to Graham Sutherland for reporting this bug.
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