All of us have faced a problem of recovering files from a USB flash drive, hard drive, memory card or optical media, such as CDs or DVDs, but there wasn’t installed an application which can manage it. DiskDigger is an excellent solution for those who have encountered a similar problem. It doesn’t matter how you lost the file: accidentally deleted, formatted the disk and forgot to save the necessary photos - DiskDigger can restore everything. DiskDigger has two modes 'Dig Deep' and 'Dig Deeper', therefore DiskDigger is an excellent solution for data recovery in this case. The main functions of Dig Deep: - With this function you can filter, and also sort the recovered files by the name, size, date and directory. - You can restore files from the FAT partitions (FAT12, FAT16, FAT32), NTFS and exFAT. The main features of Dig Deeper include: - The application supports Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. Both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Windows, as well as Linux, are supported. - This function enables viewing of recoverable files as a list or preview of thumbnails. - Ability to scan virtual disk image files: VHD (Microsoft Virtual Hard Disk) files and VDI files (VirtualBox disk image). - Direct images of binary disks. - It is also possible to start scanning from a specific place on the disk, using the Dig Deeper function. - Using this function, you can scan (cut) the entire disk to track certain file types. In general, DiskDigger is a good program for those who need to restore the necessary data. It's also very important to know - in order to have the full functionality of DiskDigger and be able to save files that have been viewed, you need to purchase a license key for this.
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