An all-around solution to take care of your data recovery
A single product suited to different types of storages
USB flash drive
And numerous data loss incidents they get affected by
Restore the missing files
with maximum results and minimum effort
No matter how complex the task ahead is
There is a utility that responds to your particular issue
Professional-grade efficiency coupled with simplicity
Get the most out of your DIY data recovery procedure
Intelligent reconstruction techniques
Recovery Explorer is able to find lost partitions, restore damaged file systems and locate the missing data using sophisticated recovery algorithms that are equal to ones available in purely professional software products.
Useful additional functionality
Equipped with various supplementary options, the software makes the recovery process efficient and smooth: you can assess the state of the data and its size, run quick or advanced search, preview files, sort or filter them by chosen criteria.
Friendly and straightforward interface
The program’s interface is fit for use by experts and persons with basic skills alike. Advanced users will find it convenient for solving their regular tasks, whereas novices can switch to the Wizard-based mode to make the usage absolutely elementary.
Cope with the trickiest cases of data loss
A broad range of supported file systems
- Windows: FAT/FAT32/exFAT, NTFS, ReFS/ReFS3
- macOS: HFS+, APFS
- Linux: Ext2/Ext3/Ext4, XFS, Btrfs, F2FS, ReiserFS, JFS
- BSD/Solaris: ZFS
- VMware: VMFS, VMFS6
Data recovery from RAID of various setups
- Standard RAID levels: RAID 0, RAID 1, RAID 1E, RAID 3, RAID 4, RAID 5, RAID 6, etc.
- Nested configurations: RAID 10, RAID 50, RAID 60, etc.
- Non-standard layouts: Drobo BeyondRAID, Synology Hybrid RAID, ZFS RAID-Z, Btrfs-RAID, etc.
- Custom RAID: defined manually via the RAID Definition Language (RDL)
Great diversity of supported storage technologies
- Windows Dynamic Disks
- Storage Spaces
- NTFS/ReFS Data Deduplication
- Apple Software RAID
- Fusion Drive
- FileVault 2
- APFS encryption
- LVM with Thin Provisioning
- Drobo BeyondRAID
- Synology Hybrid RAID
- WD My Cloud
- ZFS RAID-Z
An advanced toolkit geared towards challenging data recovery scenarios
- Controlled reading of drives and saving of the accessed data
- Hexadecimal viewer with a data interpreter and structure templates
- Storage content comparison, parallel search and parity calculator
- Reverse address translation for tracing allocation of the data
- Hexadecimal editor with a number of auxiliary options
- A tool for monitoring the S.M.A.R.T. status of drives
Software editions for cases of different complexity
Each supplemented with an individual combination of functions and features
Choose an application that fits your data recovery needs
- Work with the file systems of Windows, macOS and Linux
- Data recovery from simple physical storages of various types
- Support for popular disk image and virtual disk formats
- Discovery and virtual reconstruction of the missing partitions
- Various additional possibilities (search, preview, filters, etc.)
- Prior assessment of the condition of recovered files
- Optional simplified mode based on a “Wizard”
- Useful recommendations at each step of the process
- All functions presented in the Standard edition
- Specialized toolkit for work with RAID storages
- Instant detection of RAID sets and their assembly
- Perfect for RAID-based servers, DAS and NAS units
- Support for standard, nested, custom RAID patterns
- Additional tools assisting in the analysis of RAID layout
- Support for Storage Spaces, LDM, LVM, mdadm, etc.
- Data recovery from Synology Hybrid RAID, Btrfs-RAID
- Coverage of the major features available in the Standard and RAID editions
- Expanded spectrum of supported file system types
- Embedded decryption techniques for encrypted storages
- Data recovery from Drobo BeyondRAID, ZFS RAID-Z
- Substantial set of processed composite volumes
- Opening virtual disks and images directly from the file system
- Configurable procedure for saving the recovered data
- Set of means for efficient content analysis and modification
Multiple licensing options
Get an optimal license in accordance with the intended use
The details related to the usage of different types of licenses are described in the End-User License Agreement.
Try out any feature absolutely free of charge
Download a free trial version to test the effectiveness of the application
It is strongly recommended to use the free version of the data recovery software before purchasing a license. The program can be installed on Microsoft Windows (from XP with Service Pack 3), macOS (version 10.9 and above) or most modern Linux distributions and is compatible with the Intel 32-bit (IA-32, x86) and AMD64 (x86-64) host CPU architectures. The bare minimum required to run the software is at least 20 MB of free space on the drive and 1 GB of RAM. The most suitable configuration is a 64-bit edition of the supported host operating system, over 1 GB of free space, at least 2 GB of RAM and 4 logical cores CPU.
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