File Uneraser recovers additional types of files with the improved PowerSearch algorithm
The newest release of File Uneraser adds a host of new file types to the list of extensions supported by PowerSearch. PowerSearch was part of File Uneraser from the very beginning. Supporting many types of files in the previous version of File Uneraser, the newest revision of PowerSearch included in the latest release of File Uneraser supports many additional extensions, allowing the tool to recover many more types of files than ever before.
PowerSearch is the most extensive signature-search file recovery algorithm available to consumers. Enabling surefooted recovery of hundreds of file types, PowerSearch performs a thorough scan of the entire surface of the disk being recovered, reading data sector by sector and matching each individual data block against a database of supported file formats. If a match is discovered, PowerSearch can analyze the header to determine the exact location and length of the file, enabling the recovery from badly damaged disks, formatted partitions, and corrupted memory cards.
Today, PowerSearch can recover office documents, compressed archives, pictures, videos, music, email, and many more types of information from disks that cannot be even accessed by Windows.
Designed for homes and small offices, File Uneraser makes it easy to undelete erased files and folders and recover documents, archives, pictures and multimedia files lost after a disk accident. File Uneraser can successfully restore files deleted bypassing the Recycle Bin, extract files and folders removed from the Recycle Bin, and recover hundreds of file types stored on damaged, formatted and inaccessible storage media. File Uneraser supports all types of desktop, laptop and external hard disks, memory cards, and USB flash drives.