Review: O&O UnErase

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The problem of recovering accidentally deleted files was solved largely by the implementation of the recycle bin in Windows - allowing users simply to select 'Restore' from the right-click menu. However, there are a number of users that will, without thinking about what they are doing, automatically empty the recycle bin or even use a utility that does it for them at the end of each session. In addition to this, some viruses delete files, bypassing the safety-net of the recycle bin and of course, some malicious users will deliberately remove certain files. In response to this, O&O Software GmbH has written O&O UnErase which provides the user with a means of recovering such files.

The problem of recovering accidentally deleted files was solved largely by the implementation of the recycle bin in Windows - allowing users simply to select 'Restore' from the right-click menu. However, there are a number of users that will, without thinking about what they are doing, automatica...

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