NTFS Recovery Toolkit is a suite of powerful tools and applications which help you recover lost files and partitions and troubleshoot a wide range of hard drive problems. It analyzes and helps resolve issues on hard drives and solid state drives formatted using the NTFS filesystem. As the default filesystem in all current and recent editions of Windows, NTFS is easily the most widespread file system in the world today. NTFS Recovery Toolkit works with any NTFS-formatted drive or partition even in many cases where the data is damaged or corrupt. It supports data recovery either in manual or automatic modes. Manual mode lets you analyze disk structures and use the freeware disk editor or partition manager to fix common problems. The more powerful automatic mode, which is available in the premium edition, simplifies your work and helps you recover specific data, such as certain filetypes.
Recover partitions with Active@ Partition Recovery 20
Every computer hard drive or solid state drive contains at least one logical partition. Many contain at least three, and some users define additional partitions to keep their files organized. For example, you might have one partition for system files and another for your media files and documents. Anyone who dual- or multi-boots from the same storage device will also need a partition for each operating system installed on the computer. However, if a partition is deleted, all data stored on it will become inaccessible. The included Active@ Partition Recovery is a freeware utility for helping you recover your original partition structure along with all your files.
Recover data with Active@ File Recovery 20
When you empty the recycle bin or format a drive, it is commonly understood that all files stored within are gone for good. After all, the operating system will warn you before you go ahead with the operation. However, the reality is quite different. The only thing that changes is the master file table (MFT), which serves as a database containing information about every file stored on the device. If a file is deleted or a volume formatted, the only thing that changes is that the previously occupied space is available to new data. Until it gets overwritten, the original data remains hidden on the disk. The included Active@ File Recovery exploits that opportunity to get back what you've lost. The latest version, which is now included in the NTFS Recovery Toolkit 13, adds support for new filetypes including AQ and documents created in LibreOffice and current versions of Microsoft Office.
The NTFS Recovery Toolkit also provides several other useful tools, such as a freeware disk editor. Active@ Disk Editor is a powerful application for advanced users which allows them to view and edit the raw data stored on a physical drive. This lets them explore and analyze file structures and edit data directly in different volumes, partitions, and files. There is also a partition manager for creating, deleting, formatting, and naming partitions.
The latest edition of NTFS Recovery Toolkit offers improved recovery for Microsoft ReFS file systems thanks to more stable and reliable code. The latest recovery kernel includes many improvements and minor bug fixes too. Get started today at https://www.ntfs.com/recovery-toolkit.htm .
Henry Anderson is a data recovery specialist who uses specialized tools to help his clients recover data from damaged hard drives and other storage assets.