A do it yourself software that offers users the tools needed to restore and recover deleted files
for NTFS 4.21
Windows XP / Windows ME / Windows 98 SE / Windows 2003 / Windows 2000 / Windows Vista / Windows 95 / Windows NT / Windows 98
If you have ever lost a file of any type on your computer, then a program like GetDataBack might just save the day. This program may find the data you thought you had lost.
What GetDataBack Can Do
Most users have suffered the dread of deleting an important file. Data loss can be one of the most frustrating aspects of computing.
Luckily, GetDataBack is a program that retrieves lost data for you. This remains true as long as it falls within certain file parameters and that it’s still on the hard drive in some fashion.
GetDataBack thrives on retrieving data that was lost due to Windows boot issues. In fact, it was named as the best data recovery software for such purposes, based on user reviews. It also excels at recovering data from damaged disk drives. Most impressive, however, is the program’s ability to recover data remotely. So, in theory, you don’t even have to use it on your computer to retrieve important files from your computer. It can be operated off-site and still recover crucial data.
The program also recovers data that is not even recognized by Windows any longer. This is an unfortunate yet very common problem with Windows PCs, even with OS 7 and OS 8. Out of the blue, something happens in the registry or to some feature in some random location, and a file you go to open up brings up a strange notification box. GetDataBack is designed specifically to locate these types of files.
Important Features of GetDataBack
Of course, any program like GetDataBack needs to be manually operated. It does not work automatically to find lost files. The user interface is easy enough to understand. The program features a five-step system. It starts with Step 1, which is "searching for NTFS file systems/scan for drives." It ends with Step 5, i.e., "recovery tree."
The full-featured version also gives you access to every directory on the computer. This contrasts with the the trial version which is limited in its overall scope. In fact, the demo version will not recover the files at all. It will say that it has located File X. From there you can even view inside of the file for proof that it is the one you have been missing. However, you’ll have to pay the full price in order for the system to recover the file. For many it’s a small price to pay for an extra layer of security against crashing, viruses and accidents.