Auslogics Software Has Released File Recovery Pro, A Powerful New File Recovery Software Package

Sydney, Nsw Australia (PressExposure) June 16, 2011 -- Auslogics Releases File Recovery Pro.

Auslogics Software has released File Recovery Pro, a powerful new file recovery software package. The new program guarantees professional recovery of all file types from all kinds of media, including external hard drives, USB sticks, and all types of memory cards.

Sometimes important files get deleted by accident or become damaged by viruses, malware, or hardware malfunctions. When this happens, it's vital to ensure quick and reliable recovery. Auslogics File Recovery Pro has a fast scanning engine and uses intelligent recovery algorithms that ensure the best possible results, even when deleted files have been partially overwritten or are located on lost partitions. Moreover, File Recovery Pro can undelete files from formatted drives.

File Recovery Pro uses industry-leading technologies, supports FAT and NTFS file systems, and offers outstanding recovery features. Some of the major benefits of the program are its ability to deep-scan disks and removable drives, extended functionality when working with deleted partitions and disk images, advanced preview capabilities, and Recycle Bin integration. Thanks to its intelligent algorithms, the program can work with file type signatures, which allows to process deleted files better and guarantees high quality recovery.

Another major benefit of File Recovery Pro is the program's advanced preview options. Users can preview photos, songs, documents, and PDF files right from the program and decide which of them need to be recovered.

In addition to its flexible recovery options, File Recovery Pro can be used to securely shred files and wipe free disk space to protect confidential data from possible restoration.

Auslogics File Recovery Pro is available in 23 different languages. The program has a free 15-day trial period. The full unrestricted version costs US $49.95 (a 1-year license for up to 3 PCs). A Microsoft Windows 7/XP/Vista or 2003/2008 platform is required, 32-bit and 64-bit processors are supported.

About Auslogics:

Started in 2008, Auslogics Software Pty Ltd's ultimate mission is to improve the speed and stability of Microsoft Windows on personal computers, lengthen their lifetime, and eliminate the need for constant hardware upgrades. The company's flagship product, Auslogics BoostSpeed, has gained a steady market share by combining numerous system optimization, maintenance, cleanup and repair tools with an intuitive easy to use interface.

Auslogics is a well recognized and respected brand, with its products used by over 5,000,000 people worldwide.

More information:

http://www.auslogics.com/en/software/file-recovery
http://www.auslogics.com/en/press

Contact

Valentina Guseva
press(at)auslogics.com
Auslogics Software Pty Ltd
PO Box 1644
Crows Nest NSW 1585
Australia

About Auslogics Software Pty Ltd.

Auslogics Software Pty Ltd is a leading developer and publisher of computer maintenance and optimization software for Microsoft Windows. It is a fast-growing privately owned company located in Sydney, Australia. The Auslogics team is composed of bright, driven and passionate people working hard to provide you with the best computer maintenance tools.


Founded in 2008, Auslogics is now one of the most popular names when people think of defragmenting or optimizing their computers. The software from Auslogics is used by over 5,000,000 people worldwide and is the tool of choice of many IT and computer manufacturing companies, like Sony VAIO, in the US and other countries.


The software that the company develops and publishes includes computer optimization, Internet speed-up, disk and registry maintenance and defragmentation tools; virus and spyware protection; and even emergency file recovery tools. Auslogics Disk Defrag was named the best disk defragmentation tool on CNet.

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Press Release Submitted On: June 16, 2011 at 5:24 am
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