•Host OS: Windows XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8/8.1, Server 2012, Windows 10.
•Supported file systems: FAT12, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 (created and updated by Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/7/8/8.1, Server 2012, 10), ReFS/ReFS2+ file system (Resilient File System, Windows 2012/2016 Server).
•Support for known file types. R-Undelete searches for files with known typical features of their structures allowing the user to search for files on devices with unknown files systems, including an HD, CD, DVD, floppy disk, Compact Flash Card, USB drive, ZIP drive, Memory Sticks, and other removable media.
•Detailed scan process visualization. While searching an object, R-Undelete graphically shows items that have been found, including files of known types, FAT and NTFS MFT records, boot records, etc.
•Dynamic disk support.
•Creates image files for logical disks and hard drives. Such image files can be processed like regular disks. R-Undelete can scan objects while creating their images.
•Recovers compressed files (NTFS, NTFS5).
•Recovers encrypted files (NTFS5).
•Recovers alternative data streams (NTFS, NTFS5).
•Support for NTFS deduplication.
•Recognizes localized names.
•Recovered files can be saved on any (including network) disks visible by the host operating system.
•A hexadecimal disk and file viewer.
•File preview. Most of the file types can be previewed to estimate recovery chances.
•Support for S.M.A.R.T. (Self-Monitoring, Analysis and Reporting Technology) attribute monitoring.
•Installation on a removable device. This feature is useful when lost files reside on a system disk and program installation may overwrite them making their recovery impossible.
R-Undelete recovers files:
•That have been removed without Recycle Bin, or when Recycle Bin has been emptied;
•Removed by virus attack or power failure;
•From deleted or corrupted logical disks or partitions
R-Undelete can create image files for a logical disk or hard drive. Such image files can be processed like regular disks. Images are very useful if there is a risk of total data loss due to hardware malfunction. If bad blocks are constantly appearing on a hard drive, the only way to save the data is to immediately create an image of that drive. All data search and recovery can be done from this image.