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Recover formatted files

September 8th, 2012 1,409 views |Write a Comment

Recover formatted files: Hey! Why are you looking so panicked? Why! what happened? Is there a serious problem? Let me just know if I can help you some way.

Yeah dear I’ve deleted some of the important project files, which I had to submit to Boss just after two hours. I’m totally blank dear, it took me around three days to prepare those files. Come on now cheer up! You don’t at all have to worry for that, Undelete in Acebyte utilities is the perfect solution for all your problems.

Acebyte Utilities gives the best Windows data recovery software to restore the deleted files

Undelete in Acebyte Utilities is a free and easy to use file undelete feature for FAT and NTFS file systems. It is a powerful Windows data recovery software helping you to recover all deleted files of all kinds very quickly. Undelete in Acebyte Utilities can recover files directly from hard drive as well as from other removable devices even if you have emptied the Recycle Bin.

Features:

It supports the file systems: FAT, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 , NTFS + EFS

It quickly recovers all the files including those emptied from the Recycle Bin

It powerfully recovers all kinds of files such as documents, photos, videos, music as well as email, and so on.

Undelete in Acebyte Utilities restores the files on removable devices including SmartMedia, Secure Digital, MemorySticks, USB Thumb Drives, Camera Media Cards, Floppy Disks and  many other storage devices

Its filters the files by file name, file date, size, file path

It executes batch file recovery

It gives a simple and user friendly interface

Undelete in Acebyte Utilities supports all Windows operating systems such as Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

When the file is still in your recycle bin just follow these simple steps:

Click on the “Recycle Bin” icon on your desktop.

Select the file you want to restore. Right-click on it.

Click on “Restore” from the drop-down menu list.

Look for the file in its original location.

Isn’t that simple?

 

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