With everything going online and the world being computerized, data has never been so important! Especially given the fact that hours and hours have to be put in to collect and compile the data on computer, we need to make sure the data is kept safe.
Many a times, some important files get deleted unintentionally; wouldn’t it be great if there was a tool to recover such files easily?
ReclaiMe is the answer to your question.
ReclaiMe is an easy-to-use yet powerful data recovery application that can help you recover your accidentally deleted files. ReclaiMe is capable of processing large amounts of data, more than that; the program handles heavily damaged data well.
ReclaiMe software is a Windows application. You can also use this application for SDcard or Linux and Mac hard disk drives by connecting them to the PC. This support for non-Windows file system makes it stand out from the rest.
ReclaiMe File Recovery Standard also supports the new ReFS (Resilient File System) found in Windows Server 2012
Though you don’t have to be an expert to use this software, you need to have basic knowledge of how things function; for example:- you need to know that you should never write data onto a volume where data recovery is ongoing.
The software has been built keeping simplicity in mind and the UI is very easy to use!
• Supported file systems FAT, exFAT, NTFS, RsFS, EXT2, EXT3, EXT4, XFS, HFS, HFS+, UFS (Used by Apple iPod players).
• Unformat a non-system storage device such as a hard disk drive (HDD), flash drive or memory card
• Supports data recovery from popular NAS such as those from Synology, QNAP, Thecus, Drobo, LaCie, WD MyBook etc.
The only downside is the price. To be able to enjoy all the features, you will have to shell out 199.95$ to buy the ReclaiMe File Recovery Ultimate edition. The basic ReclaiMe File Recovery Standard which costs USD 79.95, only supports Windows file systems.
You can try it for free, obviously with some limitations! It’s currently a Windows-only application, though you will be able to recover data from a wide range of file formats including those used with Linux and OS X.