Quick Recovery for LINUX
Quick Recovery for Linux is a conspicuous, user-confound and easy-to-use Software. This Software is used to recover the Linux data. It has been rated as the best Software. Quick Recovery's unique Guided File Excavation Technology (GFETCh) helps in locating files and folders lost behind overwritten partitions as well. Quick Recovery for Linux works in fully automated mode. The Software recovers data in an efficient and effective manner. Sometimes, when you delete the data accidentally and want to restore that data, in that case Data Recovery Softwares play an important role. In case of Linux, this Software plays a vital role to recover the data.
Features of Quick Recovery for Linux
- Recovers Linux data from accidental file deletion.
- Recovers data even if the Disk is not accessible.
- Recovers specific files with specific extensions.
- Search heuristics helps to locate Partitions and folders quickly.
- GUI designed to favor least user interaction.
- Long file name support.
- Locating LINUX partition in dual booting disk supported.
- Recovers files even if the Partition is lost.
- Complete recovery is possible even if LINUX Operating System gets corrupted.
- Recovers even if there is corruption of Super Block.
- Completely access files if Login password is lost.
How it works:
Quick Recovery for Linux works in three different modes. It works as follows:
Quick Search Mode: Quick Search mode is the primary mode. First, the Quick mode has to be run. As the name implies, this mode quickly analyses the disk and displays the files. Quick Search mode resolves most of the cases, where Partition, Super Blocks are corrupted.
Advance search mode: As the name shows, this is an advance mode.
In cases where Quick Mode does not show the required files to be recovered, then you should use the Advance Search mode. In this mode , the Software performs an exhaustive scan to find all the lost files and folders. In this mode, our proprietary algorithm (GFETCh) is used. You can use this mode in extreme cases like changed Partitions, broken directory entries or long lost folders.
Raw Recovery mode: Raw Recovery mode comes into the picture when both Quick and Advance Search modes fail. In this mode, the Software physically searches for data types like (doc, xls, ppt, zip, etc) and recovers them without their original names.
Note: All modes of recovery are read only, safe to use and no damage or write operations are performed.
- File System Supported: - Ext2, Ext3 file system
- Windows 7, Windows 8, Vista, XP, Windows Server 2008, 2003 and 2000
- 800 MHZ Processor or higher
- 512 MB (Windows XP)
- 1 GB (Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 & Vista)
- 50 MB available Hard Disk space
To run quick Recovery for Linux in Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8 & Vista follow the steps mentioned below:
- Install Quick Recovery for Linux. Right click on 'Quick Recovery for Linux' icon from the desktop & choose "Run as administrator". Or, you can
- Go to Start menu > Programs > Quick Recovery > Quick Recovery for Linux. Right click 'Quick Recovery for Linux' & choose "Run as administrator".
Why use Quick Recovery for Linux?
Quick Recovery for Linux is based on unique Guided File Excavation Technology(GFETCh). This Software is used to recover the data in many cases like: Corrupt Partition table/boot sector, Formatted Partitions/Hard Drives. You can recover the data from corrupt file system, corrupt Super block or Inode, corrupted Root directory. You can also recover the deleted files and folders. In some cases when user accidentally deletes the important data, the data can be recovered by the employment of this Software.