Download Pandora Recovery
Surface (cluster) scan
Recover Archived, Hidden, Encrypted, Compressed files
Recover Alternate Data Streams (ADS)
Recover Images, Documents, Movies, or any other type of files
Recovery success estimate
Review File properties and Drive properties
Recover to Local Hard Drive, Network Drive, or Flash Drive
Recognizes FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 and NTFS/EFS
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Pandora Recovery gives you to find and restore recoverable deleted documents from NTFS and FAT-formatted amounts. Pandora Restoration will check out your hard drive and build an index of existing and erased files and internet directories (folders) on any rational drive of your personal computer with supported extendable. After the scanning is complete you have full control over which documents to recuperate and what vacation spot to recover these to. You can See the hierarchy of erased and existing documents, or you may use SEARCH functionality to discover a deleted record if you keep in mind at least one of the next: full or incomplete file name, quality, file creation particular date, or file previous accessed date.
In addition, Pandora Recovery gives you to preview removed documents of certain type (images and text data files) without undertaking recovery. This feature becomes important if you are pressured to recover removed data to the same drive. Presently you can preview data having several image document types (BMP, GIF, JPG, PNG, ICO,TIF, TGA, PCX, WBMP, WMF, JP2, J2K, JBG, JPC, PGX, PNM, RAS, CUR) and many text data file types (TXT, LOG, INI, BAT, RTF, XML, CSS). Quick Audience gives you preview file articles as text message if it cannot find appropriate audience for it. To utilize quick audience you can choose deleted record and or click on the Quick Viewers icon or right select deleted file and choose ‘Quick View’. Quick View will screen a preview of removed document.
Finally, Pandora Restoration allows you to recuperate deleted files, without the constraints on application’s end. Remember that successful recovery is probably not possible – if the initial location has been used again by operating-system to store different content the integrity of the initial content is not maintained and the retrieved data will likely be corrupted.