Thursday, January 22, 2015

Togethershare received the 4 star award from software.informer

Francisco Martínez Senior editor

Togethershare Data Recovery Free can locate and bring back to life any type of document and media file in just seconds.

It provides you with a quick (though powerful) scan process that will locate all those photos, video files, Office documents, audio files, e-mails, archive files, etc., that can be recovered and will list them to you by folder in no time. If you cannot find the file you are looking for, you can always invest a couple of minutes in running its Deep Scan, that will find even those files that you thought lost forever. It doesn’t matter what caused the file loss – accidental deletion, formatting, and even operating system reinstallation – TogetherShare Data Recovery Free can detect any deleted file and recover it quickly and easily regardless of the storage device or hard drive that hosted it. It deals seamlessly with any FAT or NTFS file system, including hard drives (internal and external), mobile phones, media players, memory sticks, digital cameras... you name it.

Knowing that losing your precious files is quite a stressful situation, this recovery tool has been designed to be as simple to use as possible. It works as a 3-step wizard, which will simply ask you to select a drive or device, to launch the scan process, and to select the file to recover among those detected. When using the Deep Scan analysis you have the possibility of pausing the process – as it may take a few minutes depending on the size of the drive – and resume it later. Once the file has been located, you can select it and preview its contents, which is especially useful when trying to recover photographs or other image files.

Simple, efficient, flexible, and free. There is no other way to define this recovery tool. If you happen to need recovering more than 1.2 GB data, you can always upgrade to the Professional edition, or even to the Unlimited version, if you want all users in your company to have it installed on their computers.

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