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Recover deleted files with Avira UnErase

Avira UnErase is an efficient tool for recovering deleted files from your hard disk. If you have deleted an important document, photos or MP3s either by accidentally or as a result of virus infection, you can easily recover those from your hard disk. Avira UnErase Personal is a tiny (402Kb), free program and is very simple to use. Even though the program has no support from Avira now, it is still useful.

While checking it here, the program shows a better result, it is quite fast and recovered many of my deleted files very effectively. The program supports following file systems: FAT16, FAT32, NTFS4, and NTFS5 and can be installing on Windows 2000 and Windows XP.

Avira Unerase is completely clean; no bloatware or upgrade trap is there. Remember that, in order to prevent sectors being overwritten, you should save the recovered files on a different drive to the one from which they were initially deleted.


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