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Easy Undelete 3.0


Recover accidentally deleted files and photos on FAT and NTFS drives with this program


Windows AllPlatform :
USD $23Price :
1.56 MBFile Size :
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Popularity: 3/10Popularity :
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2/2/2004Date Added :
5-Star Rating Rating :
1 Reviews from Users User Reviews :
Easy Undelete was fully tested by TopShareware Labs. It does not contain any kind of malware, adware and viruses.
Easy Undelete is an easy-to-use yet powerful file undelete solution for FAT and NTFS file systems. Easy Undelete can recover files that would otherwise be lost forever, including files emptied from the Recycle Bin, lost in accidental or deliberate file deletion or erased by other means. Easy Undelete supports all types of media such as hard disks, floppy, Zip and Jaz drives, Flash and Smart card readers and more

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    I like this product: it works!
    I like this product: it works. That said, I did not test it exhaustively and hope I never need to. I can say it works very well recovering jpg files from hard disk and compact flash cards in areas of a disk that have not been written over. There is a wizard and also a number of hands-on features. The latter in the form of the ability to view a hex dump and an image of picture files are particularly useful as one digs through the wreckage. For each file there is also an indicator of the chance of recovery. While some reviews have indicated Easy Undelete will only recover 32KB files, this is only in the case of the free demo. I was undeleting 4+ MB files with no difficulty and would assume that in the full product there is no file size limit. In use the application runs at a reasonable speed on a 2 GHz machine going through 1 GB of memory in about 10 minutes with moderate CPU usage. The recovery algorithms run at about the same speed. In my case the recovery of the jpg files appeared to be 100%. Application reviews are supposed to have “CONS” so here are some that are really in the form of a wish list. I wish the basic application window would refresh when uncovered while busy: its called good programming standards. I wish the user manual was in pdf format which would make it much easier to use. While “file condition” (chance of recovery) is a great idea, what do indicators like “probably good” mean? How was this qualification arrived at? How to documentation is good but detailed documentation is completely lacking. File creation and last modified dates are a great help in navigating through the list of deleted files. But the former is not shown and the latter seems to always be set to the date/ time of the Easy Undelete disk area search. Other undelete applications such as R-Undelete seem to be able to accurately present these dates. In addition a last modified date/ time of the Easy Undelete run seems to indicate a destructive algorithm. This makes me very uncomfortable. The inclusion of a hex dump viewer is very nice. It would be even nicer if it was an editor or linked to the user’s favorite editor. When most people need an undelete program the situation is an emergency. The primary user question is: Is it worth spending the money on this product to try to get my files back? At under $25 Easy Undelete is a low cost bet and appears to work well in reasonable situations. In addition to a relatively painless price the purchase and install processes are also easy and quick.
    Author: Brother John on Monday, July 17, 2006

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