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Mark Peters : December 8th 2008 - 06:50 CET

Recover photos with undelete software


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NewsPhoto recovery software : Diskeeper Corporation's newly released Undelete 2009 software now instantly recovers digital photos accidentally deleted off cameras or Personal Computer hard drives. Undelete 2009 replaces the Windows recycle bin with a powerful Recovery Bin, capturing all digital photos accidentally deleted off the hard drive. Further, anyone with a digital camera is familiar with these two options: "Delete Photo" and "Delete All Photos." Suppose you hit the latter by accident? Undelete 2009 can recover even those digital photos from the camera's drive itself.
Recover photos

Undelete photo recover software
Undelete's features extend far beyond digital photography. One can recover any data accidentally deleted off a Personal Computer - including earlier "saved over" versions of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files. Just right-click the file and select "View Versions" to restore the file you want. You can also preview the files before recovery to help find the right one. Far easier than going to back up - and faster too.

Photo recovery features
• Recovery Bin captures all deleted photos or files.
• Search Disk allows users to easily seek and recover accidentally deleted files.
• Version Protection for Microsoft Office Files
• InvisiTasking processing technology
• Secure Delete Bonus software
• Emergency Undelete

Photo recovery experience
"Not only was I able to recover photos that I purposely deleted for test purposes, but Undelete 2009 found images on my camera that I had deleted four months ago. This was way before I even had the software installed." -Michele McDonough, Reno, Nevada. Undelete 2009 photo recovery software retails for $29.95. Free trial ware and additional information available at the companies websote. Languages include English, French and Japanese.




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