Active@ Partition Recovery is a toolkit that helps you to recover deleted and damaged logical drives and partitions under Windows, WinPE (recovery BootDisk), Linux (recovery LiveCD) & DOS environments. Simple QuickScan easily detects and recovers recently deleted partitions, as long as they were not formatted / overwritten to after deletion. Advanced low-level SuperScan may detect partitions which were deleted a long time ago, even if you have created new ones and even formatted them. Last Chance recovery method detects & recovers files by their signatures on volumes having severely damaged file systems, where physical volume recovery isn’t possible!
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Active@ Password Changer – Windows Password Reset Tool… designed for resetting local Administrators and Users passwords on Windows in case passwords are forgotten or lost. Unlocks locked Accounts & changes Account’s attributes. Highlights:...
Uneraser is an undelete software that can recover deleted files, as well as files and folders located on deleted/damaged/re-formatted volumes: NTFS, ReFS, FAT/exFAT, Linux Ext2/Ext3/Ext4 / XFS / JFS / BtrFS, Apple HFS+ & Unix UFS / JFS / XFS file systems. The utility works with IDE, SATA, eSATA, SCSI, SSD, USB, ZIP, floppy disks, and camera cards. It allows you to recover exFAT, NTFS+EFS, Apple HFS+, Linux ExtFS/BtrFS, and Unix UFS file systems. Plus, you can restore volumes created in DOS, Windows 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 2008, 7, 8, 10.
Power Data Recovery portable is a read-only File Recovery Software and Data Recovery Software. Power data recovery software could help you recover all your data no matter the data is lost by accidental deletion, format, re-partition, system crash or virus attack. Power data recovery is able to scan your device sector by sector to recover what ever left on your device.
RMPrepUSB portable allows the Windows user to easily and quickly ‘roll their own’ multiboot USB drive. It allows the user to quickly test, partition, format, install a boot manager, extract or copy files and then test a multiboot (aka multipass) USB bootable drive. It can also make or restore an image and much more. Multiboot ‘point-and-shoot’ utilities like YUMI or XBOOT are excellent, however they don’t support every different ISO or image. You will learn to enjoy making your own personal multiboot drive using RMPrepUSB!