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FileWing: free utility for recovering/deleting files from USB devices & hard disks

FileWing is a two in one program that allows you to recover deleted file (if they have not been overwritten) or can be used for permanently deleting files from your computer.

FileWing can recover mistakenly deleted files from internal, external HDD, Pen drives and Camera Cards.

Moreover this tool lets you delete sensitive data safely. You can choose between 7 different algorithms like Gutman, Bruce Schneider, which overwrite the files-to-be-deleted with different patterns from 1 to 35 times.

Features of File Wing;

  1. Restores deleted files (undeleter)
  2. Wipes files securely making undeletion impossible
  3. Works for Pen drives and digital cameras
  4. Free of charge and supports Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7.

The program required Microsoft .NET Frame work 2 or above to install. Moreover you need to register the program (which is free) to get full functionality. Download FileWing


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