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Accidently deleted files and need them back?

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Glary Undelete is a free and easy-to-use yet powerful file undelete solution for FAT and NTFS file systems. It will bring back files emptied from the Recycle Bin, in a DOS window, from Windows Explorer with the SHIFT key held down. It will even recover files that have been deleted by bugs, crashes and viruses!


Glary Undelete works under Win 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista operating systems. The program supports all Windows file systems for hard and floppy drives including FAT12/16/32,NTFS/NTFS5 and image recovery from CompactFlash, SmartMedia, MultiMedia and Secure Digital cards.




  • Supports FAT, FAT16, FAT32, NTFS, NTFS5 , NTFS + EFS file systems
    Supports recovery of compressed, fragmented and encrypted files on NTFS
    Supports Basic and Dynamic Volumes
    Undelete files on removable devices (SmartMedia, Secure Digital, - MemoryStick, etc.)
    Filter by file name, file date, size, recovery state
    Supports Windows XP/ VISTA / 2003 Server Operating Systems
    And more...


Click to go to the web site: http://www.glarysoft.com/gun.html


Alternative download site: http://glary-undelete.en.softonic.com/download




Another good free program is Undelete Plus

Undelete files that have been removed from the Recycle Bin, deleted in a DOS window or from a network drive.


Windows users sometimes get too smug about being able to recover files that they've deleted. After all, there's the Recycle Bin, isn't there, so why worry about accidentally deleting files? There's bad news for you. First of all, you may have emptied the Recycle Bin. Secondly, if you delete files from within a DOS window, or an a network drive, those files aren't sent to the Recycle Bin. Instead, they're deleted directly.


The free Undelete PLUS, however, can come to your rescue. Run it, and it scans your system for files that have been deleted, even those removed from the Recycle Bin, or deleted on a network drive or via a DOS window. It lists all the files, and tells you whether it can likely be restored. (In some instances, the delete file has already been overwritten; in that case, you can kiss it sayonara.) Then tell the program to restore your files, and they come back from the dead.


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