Erased File Software

FreeUndelete restores deleted files


Recoveronix Ltd.

FreeUndelete is a freeware data recovery program for deleted files. In case of accidental deletion of files on a NTFS file system (used by default in Windows XP, 2000 and NT) FreeUndelete is the utility to help. It is our pleasure to emphasize that FreeUndelete is free. There is no charge, direct or hidden, to download and use a fully functional copy of the program. The program does not install any spyware or adware along with it.

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File search, undelete, and wipe utility

Directory Snoop

Briggs Softworks

Directory Snoop is a cluster-level search tool that lets Windows users snoop through their FAT and NTFS formatted disk drives to see what data may be hiding in the cracks. Use Directory Snoop to recover deleted files you thought you would never see again or permanently erase sensitive files so that no one will know they ever existed. Supported media include local hard drives, floppy disks, Zip disks, MO disks, and flashcard devices.

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Restore any deleted file from FAT or NTFS

DiskInternals Uneraser

Sudoku Puzzles Ace

Did you delete a file you need? DiskInternals Uneraser can recover any deleted file, including documents, photos, mp3 and zip files, or even folders and damaged disk. The program supports any type of storage media (music sticks, cameras, flash drives, USB drives, etc) in addition to HDD! Works with encrypted files and helps you recover data lost because of virus attack or employee's malicious behavior. No skills needed; 100% FREE to try.

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Completely erase files from your computer.

File Monster

PurpleTech Software

File Monster completely erases files from your system -- actually overwriting the information in the file so it can not be recovered. The reason information is still available when you delete files with normal deletion methods is because normal deletion methods only tell the operating system to not recognize the file as being present anymore, yet the information hasn't really been erased.

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